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Ultrasound Detects Pathology In Patients With Whiplash

...lges and herniations and otherabnormalities of the joints and muscles using real-time ultrasonography. These preliminary findings could have a major impact in thecost-effective evaluation of patients with spine injuries, according to Gary A.Kirsch, RVT, RDCS, and Dr. Virginia Poirier. They will rep...

Encapsulating Insulin-Producing Cells For Possible Diabetes Therapy

...atural component of the lubricating fluid in human joints as well as thevitreous gel that fills the eye. It is therefore "well-known by the body'simmune system," Grinstaff noted. During the last 1? years, Grinstaff, postdoctoral researcher AnnePfister-Serres and graduate student Kim Smeds have devel...

Positive Results Of Pivotal Phase III Trial With ENBREL In Patients With Early, Active Rheumatoid Arthritis

...to monitor changes in joints. Structural damage to joints was measured over a one-year period using theModified Sharp Scoring Method. Signs and symptoms of RA were evaluated by the percent of improvementover six months. All patients in this study had RA for less than three years and hadnever been...

New Anti-Inflammatory Drug Is Easy On The Stomach

...n off inflammation that results in swollen,painful joints in people with arthritis, for instance. The problem is, prostaglandins do more than play a role in inflammation. Theyhave myriad roles in the body-for instance, they are also responsible formaintaining the integrity of the stomach lining. That's why ...

ENBREL (Etanercept) Receives FDA Approval For Treatment Of Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

...ement includes aphysician's assessment, a count of joints with active arthritis, a count ofjoints with loss of motion, a patient's or parent's global assessment, afunctional ability test and a blood test to assess inflammation (ESR). ENBRELhas not been studied in children younger than four years old. ...

One of first bone marrow transplants for juvenile rheumatoid arthritis in the United States is approved for Oregon girl

... otherkids, because sometimes playing can make her joints ache so badly she can't moveor stop crying in pain...ready has had to have the lining of one of her hip joints removed due to thearthritis. "Mollie's condition has required increasingly aggressive therap...

Conference on arthroplasty will highlight innovations in joint replacement treatment

... treatments in arthroplasty - the use ofartificial joints to repair broken hips, knees and shoulders. The symposium issponsored by Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center. "The symposium will focus on emerging technologies and scientificallydocumented patient outcome studies," said Rick Sumner, ...

Enbrel shown safe, effective in children and teenagers with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis

..., there was a 56 percent decrease in the number of joints with active arthritis, a 75 percent decrease in the amount of joint stiffness and a 63 percent decrease in the amount of joint pain. All measures of arthritis impact symptoms, joint abnormalities, ability to perform daily functions and laboratory te...

FDA approval means Americans with osteoarthritis have a new option

...sease that causes cartilage acting as a cushion in joints to break down -- is the most common form of arthritis, affecting primarily older Americans. More than $65 billion is spent each year on medical expenses and lost wages related to arthritis. , Like any medication, MOBIC tablets are not appropriate ...

Irvine researcher receives national award

.... They accumulate damage over time -skin wrinkles, joints get stiffer. If we understand the reactions that cause the damage, we may be able to do something about it." Small proteins, or peptides, containing a building block called tryptophan have proven interesting in an unexpected way, Van Vranken said. As...

Rheumatoid arthritis causes increased complications and health care costs in inpatient and outpatient settings

...IAMS). RA is an inflammation of the lining of the joints and other organs. Lasting for many years, RA can cause damage to bone, cartilage, tendons and ligaments to a degree that can cripple patients and restrict their ability to work, eat and care for themselves....

New medical research shows protein jump signals who suffers arthritis before X-rays show damage

...void activities that put heavy physical demands on joints and especially to lose any excess weight," Jordan said. "Also, evidence suggests it's important to keep thigh and other leg muscles strong through non-stressful exercise."...

Major review reveals that osteoarthritis is a complex disease with new solutions

...d knee. Before age 50 the prevalence of OA in most joints is higher in men than women. After this age, more women are affected by OA of the hand, foot and knee. The occurrence of the disease increases with age, rising 2- to 10-fold in people from 30 to 65 years of age. In osteoarthritis, there is focus...

Study at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center investigates effectiveness of two popular dietary supplements to improve symptoms of osteoarthritis

...ease causes pain, deformity and enlargement of the joints and is diagnosed in almost twice as many women as men. "This study is the first and largest of its kind to evaluate whether these popular supplements actually work to alleviate knee pain in people afflicted with this disease," said Michael Weisman, M...

Study shows reduction of inflammation helps heal heart

...d to reduce inflammation and prevent damage in the joints of patients with rheumatoid arthritis, also reduces inflammation in the heart. The inflammation produces a substance in the body called tumor necrosis factor that can damage heart tissue. Etanercept acts as a decoy to divert TNF away from injured he...

New materials could mean longer lasting artificial hips

...ogress in developing longer-lasting artificial hip joints here today at the 221st national meeting of the Am...largest scientific society. Artificial hip joints have an average life span of 10-15 years, according to Spencer. Hip replacement joints, fre...

Adult stem cells from knee fat turned into cartilage, bone, fat cells

...archers took the fat pads from patients whose knee joints were removed during total joint replacement surgery.The researchers focused on specific cells within the samples known as adipose-derived stromal cells, which under normal situations would receive environmental cues to transform themselves into fat p...

Marijuanas impact on intelligence

...ects as nonusers (n= 37), light users (less than 5 joints per week, n=9), former users of marijuana (no mari... authors found that among heavy users (more than 5 joints per week, n=15) IQ scores decreased by 4.1 points on average, while gains in IQ scores were seen amo...

NIH-funded UCSD rheumatic diseases center to facilitate collaboration, speed discoveries

... Symptoms include pain, stiffness and swelling in joints and other supporting structures of the body such as muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones. Many rheumatic diseases can also affect internal organs. The cause of most rheumatic diseases is still under investigation and early diagnosis is difficult. ...

New treatment for spinal disorder proves effective in UCSF study

...ng the spine to become rigid and inflexible. Other joints such as the hips, shoulders, knees, or ankles also may become involved. About 300,000 people in the U.S. suffer from the disease. Symptoms appear most frequently in young men between the ages of 16 and 35. There is currently no cure for ankylosing s...

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