There's something pleasingly efficient about research that finds new applications for existing therapies. A few such studies were presented ...
Fellowship: Yale School of Medicine (rheumatology), 1992-1994. Present positions: Private practice, Northeast Medical Group with the Yale-New Haven Health System; associate clinical professor, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, ... ACP Fellowship: 1998.
After a whirlwind of conventions, it's time to head back to the office. But, before I go, a few non-clinical highlights: Most unusual swag:...
a professor of anesthesiology, rheumatology, and psychiatry at the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor. ... The American College of Rheumatology preliminary diagnostic criteria for fibromyalgia and measurement of symptom severity.
At ACR yesterday, Dennis Boyle, MD, led an entertaining, interactive session on dealing with difficult patients. In addition to clips from C...
Fellowship: Yale School of Medicine (rheumatology), 1992-1994. Present position: Private practice, Connecticut Medical Group, LLC, 1994-2012; Northeast Medical Group with the Yale-New Haven Health System, 2012-present; associate ... ACP Fellowship: 1998.
Fellowship: Rheumatology, Yale School of Medicine, 1992-1994. Certification: Internal medicine, 1992, recertified 2002, 2012; rheumatology, 1994; recertified 2004, 2014; participating in Maintenance of Certification. ... ACP Fellowship: 1998. Present
It is a complete travesty that the highly reimbursed procedure-focused subspecialties are fully represented but the “cognitive” subspecialties (endocrinology, ID, rheumatology) are invisible.
47; P<.001). By specialty, there were more adverse drug events listed in the fields of neurology (n=168), psychiatry (n=116), and rheumatology (n=111).
Results appeared online June 17 at Rheumatology. The results confirm that knee pain does increase with higher BMIs, the author noted.