ACR 2014

De nouveaux travaux ont été présentés lors du congrès du collège américain (ACR) de rhumatologie qui s’est déroulé du 14 au 19 novembre 2014 à Boston :

▫ Two Years Sacroiliac Radiographic Progression Rate and Influence of Baseline Markers of Inflammation in Recent Onset Spondyloarthritis.

▫ Factors Associated with a Poor Functional Prognosis in Early Inflammatory Back Pain: Results from the DESIR Cohort.

▫ Prevalence of MRI Spinal Lesions Typical for Axial Spondyloarthritis in Patients with Inflammatory Back Pain.

▫ Scoring of Spinal Lesions Compatible with Axial Spondyloarthritis on MRI in Clinical Practice By Local Radiologist or Rheumatologist in Desir; Comparison with Central Reading.

▫ Is It Worth to Include MRI of the Spine in the ASAS Classification Criteria for Axial Spondyloarthritis?

▫ Do TNF Alpha Inhibitors Have an NSAID Sparing Effect in Real Life in Early Axial Spa? Results from the DESIR Cohort.

▫ Is the Degree of NSAID Treatment in Early Axial Spondyloarthritis a Reflection of the physician’s Diagnosic Confidence? Results from the DESIR Cohort.

▫ Are We over-Treating with Nsaids Our Early Axial Spa Patients? Results from the DESIR Cohort.

▫ Routine Assessment of Patient Index Data (RAPID3) Provides Similar Information Compared to Ankylosing Spondylitis Specific Indices: Analyses of the DESIR French Cohort.

▫ How Should We Calculate the ASDAS If the Conventional C-Reactive Protein Is below the Limit of Detection? – an Analysis in the DESIR Cohort.

▫ How to Classify Spondyloarthritis after a Two Year Follow up? Results from the French Recent onset spondyloarthritis Cohort.

▫ Degenerative Changes of the Spine on MRI in Patients with Inflammatory Back Pain from the DESIR Cohort.

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