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(Arthritis, general)
14,439 results
  • A systematic review of psychosocial therapies for children with rheumatic diseases. [Journal Article]
  • PRPediatr Rheumatol Online J 2017 Jan 17; 15(1):6
  • Cohen EM, Morley-Fletcher A, … Lee YC
  • CONCLUSIONS: The available data were limited by the scarcity of randomized trials. Definite conclusions about the immediate effect of psychosocial interventions on pain and function in children with fibromyalgia could not be made because between-group comparisons of post-treatment change scores were not reported. For children with juvenile inflammatory arthritis, results of between-group comparisons for pain differed across studies, and analyses examining disability revealed no significant differences between groups.
  • Evidence-based management of systemic sclerosis: Navigating recommendations and guidelines. [Review]
  • SASemin Arthritis Rheum 2016 Dec 09
  • Pellar RE, Pope JE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Care gaps in SSc have been demonstrated so the EULAR/EUSTAR and BSR/BHP guidelines can promote best practices. Certain complications warrant active investigation to further improve outcomes in SSc and future updates of these recommendations. Care gaps in SSc have been demonstrated so the EULAR/EUSTAR and BSR/BHP guidelines can promote best practices. Certain complications warrant active investigation to further improve outcomes in SSc.
  • Physical activity and exercise for chronic pain in adults: an overview of Cochrane Reviews. [Review]
  • CDCochrane Database Syst Rev 2017 Jan 14; 1:CD011279
  • Geneen LJ, Moore RA, … Smith BH
  • CONCLUSIONS: The quality of the evidence examining physical activity and exercise for chronic pain is low. This is largely due to small sample sizes and potentially underpowered studies. A number of studies had adequately long interventions, but planned follow-up was limited to less than one year in all but six reviews.There were some favourable effects in reduction in pain severity and improved physical function, though these were mostly of small-to-moderate effect, and were not consistent across the reviews. There were variable effects for psychological function and quality of life.The available evidence suggests physical activity and exercise is an intervention with few adverse events that may improve pain severity and physical function, and consequent quality of life. However, further research is required and should focus on increasing participant numbers, including participants with a broader spectrum of pain severity, and lengthening both the intervention itself, and the follow-up period.
  • Immune-array Analysis in Sporadic Inclusion Body Myositis Reveals HLA-DRB1 Amino Acid Heterogeneity across the Myositis Spectrum. [Journal Article]
  • ARArthritis Rheumatol 2017 Jan 13
  • Rothwell S, Cooper RG, … Chinoy H
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is the largest most comprehensive genetic association study to date in IBM. The data confirm that HLA is the most strongly associated region and identifies novel amino acid associations that may explain the risk in this locus; these amino acid associations differentiate IBM from polymyositis and dermatomyositis, and may determine properties of the peptide-binding groove allowing it to preferentially bind auto-antigenic peptides. A novel suggestive association within the chr3(p21.21) locus suggests a role for CCR5. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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