Researchers sought to examine whether prior influenza or other infections are associated with Parkinson disease more than 10 years after infection.
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Researchers evaluated the long-term effect of guselkumab on resolution of dactylitis and enthesitis in patients with psoriatic arthritis.
Presenting at CMSC 2021, researchers examined the relationship between cognition, patient-reported outcomes of Patient Determined Disease Steps and Ability to Participate in Social Roles and Activities-Short Form.
Authors of a commentary assessed the role of IL-1 receptor antagonism, specifically anakinra, in the treatment of patients with severe COVID-19.
In a study presented at MDS 2021, researchers assessed the long-term safety and activity of ecopipam, a selective D1 antagonist, in reducing tics in children with Tourette syndrome.
At MDS 2021, researchers shared study results on the prevalence of cognitive dysfunction and depression in patients with restless legs syndrome (RLS) and the impact of RLS severity on these variables.
Using a series of case reports, the researchers assessed the various clinical phenotypes associated with variations in the VRK1 gene.
Study researchers evaluated the potential of osmophobia in as a clinical diagnostic marker of migraine in children and adolescents.
Researchers strove to provide robust estimates of incidence rates and relative risks of neurologic and psychiatric diagnoses in patients in the 6 months following a COVID-19 diagnosis.
Using a network meta-analysis, researchers compared guselkumab with targeted therapies for psoriatic arthritis for safety and joint and skin efficacy.
A plenary session at the 2020 GRAPPA Annual Meeting was focused on the perspectives of the management of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The researchers’ goals were to evaluate the geographic differences of opioid administration and to examine how opioid administration was associated with respiratory depression.
Headache may be an early symptom of COVID-19, and identifying patients with characteristic features may help provide early isolation and treatment.
Researchers compared the effect of psoriatic arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis on objective and subjective parameters of hand function.
Researchers assessed the risk for osteoarthritis in patients with PsA compared with those with psoriasis and the general population.
Restrictions on intravenous opioid products at an academic medical institution during a critical drug shortage were not found to have significant impact on overall institutional opioid utilization.
In this observational study, researchers assessed the association between psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and osteoporosis.
A targeted program that allows all prescribers to access real-time data and track and compare their own performance with those of others can improve compliance with opioid prescribing guidelines.
Formulation of purified cannabidiol may offer patients with tuberous sclerosis complex a new treatment option for seizures.