Preliminary evidence has found an association between the cannabinoid system and other rheumatic conditions, but the studies have not provided conclusive results that could drive recommendations.
A physician's baseline opioid prescribing rate was a strong predictor of a patient's future opioid use.
Psychological Flexibility Improves Resilience in Children With Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis and Their Parents
Psychological flexibility in children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis and in their parents may represent resilience factors for dealing with pain and disability associated with the condition.
Metabolic syndrome, and specifically the component of abdominal obesity, may be associated with pain intensity and number of painful sites in adults with radiographic knee osteoarthritis.
Patients generally experienced pain relief over 5 years regardless of whether they received physical therapy or arthroscopic partial menisectomy.
The numerical rating scale is the preferred patient-reported outcome measure for people with rheumatoid arthritis.
Centralized pain pathways may coexist with more established peripheral inflammation-driven pathways in some patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Individuals using statins over 5 years and those using atorvastatin reported a lower risk for future osteoarthritis-related knee pain.
The combined effects of pain with insomnia and pain with depression increased diverse types of health care use.
Researchers examined the correlation between knee pain and radiographic features of osteoarthritis.
Rheumatologist-assessed inflammatory back pain (IBP) or the criteria for IBP developed for ankylosing spondylitis might not perform well when determining axial involvement in psoriatic arthritis.
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