rheumatologist


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a physician specializing in rheumatic diseases

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Two new articles provide insights on the outlook of rheumatology in the United States, noting that the need for rheumatologists will greatly exceed the projected growth of the rheumatology workforce over the next 15 years.
Results showed that out of a total of 697 patients, 319 (46%) were given a clinical diagnosis of axSpA by the rheumatologist (Arthritis Rheumatol.
The study also included 85 rheumatologists (26 males, 59 females; mean age 49.
More than 800 rheumatologists from the Middle East are taking part in the 11th Pan Arab Rheumatology Conference which opened in Dubai yesterday.
Dr Badsha had two referrals from doctors in the UK for patients living here in Dubai, who found it easier to find a Rheumatologist in London.
A rheumatologist would pick that up right away, but general practitioners who adhere to these guidelines might end up undertreating some patients.
Hospital consultant rheumatologist and head of the rheumatology unit Dr Sahar Saad said the condition can be debilitating, negatively impacting patients' quality of life and even their mental well-being.
Shiel, a rheumatologist and chief editor of MedicineNet.
Solomon, a rheumatologist at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
Monthly monitoring by rheumatologists of every pregnancy in every woman with systemic lupus erythematosus may be unnecessary, according to Dr.
Twenty-seven of the 39 known rheumatologist sonographers responded; however, only 24 were from the U.
Levy, a pediatric rheumatologist at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, and Dr.
Ms Wilson said: "The main aim is to determine whether nurse-led clinics are clinically and cost effective, and the only way to do that is to compare them to the gold standard, which in this case means the medical clinics run by our consultant rheumatologist colleagues.
John Wiley & Sons (Hoboken, NJ) and the American College of Rheumatology (ACR; Atlanta, GA) have partnered to begin the publication of "The Rheumatologist," a new controlled circulation title that is designed to provide current news and information to rheumatology and rheumatologist health professionals, with an issue in November.
I recommend you consult a rheumatologist and see whether you can put together a team approach, with your primary care doctor directly involved to ensure consistent and comprehensive care.