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2006 Vol.24, N°6 - Suppl.43 - Table of contents

Title: Remission in Rheumatic Diseases

Guest Editors: D. Aletaha, J.S. Smolen, A. Kavanaugh, T. Pincus

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Introduction

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2006,24,6,Suppl.43
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Complexities in defining remission in rheumatic diseases
T. Pincus, A. Kavanaugh, D. Aletaha, J. Smolen › Free to View
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Remission in rheumatoid arthritis

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What should be our treatment goal in rheumatoid arthritis today?
J.S. Smolen, D. Aletaha › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
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ACR remission criteria and response criteria
V. K. Ranganath, D. Khanna, H. E. Paulus › Free to View
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Definitions of remission for rheumatoid arthritis and review of selected clinical cohorts and randomised clinical trials for the rate of remission
H. Mäkinen, P. Hannonen, T. Sokka › Free to View
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DAS remission cut points
J. Fransen, P.L.C.M. van Riel › Free to View
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Can remission be maintained with or without further drug therapy in rheumatoid arthritis?
B. Saleem, S. Nizam, P. Emery › Free to View
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Remission and radiographic progression in rheumatoid arthritis
A.E. Voskuyl, B.A.C. Dijkmans › Free to View
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2006,24,6,Suppl.43
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Is remission in rheumatoid arthritis associated with radiographic healing?
R. Rau › Free to View
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Alternatives to strict remission in RA

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Remission of rheumatoid arthritis: should we care about definitions?
D. Aletaha, J.S. Smolen › Free to View
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Low disease activity state in rheumatoid arthritis: concepts and derivation of minimal disease activity
G. Wells, M. Boers, P. Tugwell › Free to View
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A proposed approach to recognise “near-remission” quantitatively without formal joint counts or laboratory tests: a patient self-report questionnaire routine assessment of patient index data (RAPID) score as a guide to a “continuous quality improvement” s
T. Pincus, Y. Yazici, M. Bergman, C. Swearingen, T. Harrington › Free to View
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Clinical trials and other studies in which low disease activity or remission has been used as an endpoint

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Remission as the treatment goal – the FIN-RACo trial
T. Sokka, H. Mäkinen, K. Puolakka, T. Möttönen, P. Hannonen › Free to View
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Aiming at low disease activity in rheumatoid arthritis with initial combination therapy or initial monotherapy strategies: the BeSt study
C.F. Allaart, Y.P.M. Goekoop-Ruiterman, J.K. de Vries-Bouwstra, F.C. Breedveld, B.A.C. Dijkmans, FARR study group › Free to View
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Remission in rheumatic diseases other than RA

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Defining remission in psoriatic arthritis
A. Kavanaugh, J. Fransen › Free to View
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2006,24,6,Suppl.43
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Remission in ankylosing spondylitis
J. Zochling, J. Braun › Free to View
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2006,24,6,Suppl.43
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Remission in antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody-associated systemic vasculitis
C. Mukhtyar, B. Hellmich, D. Jayne, O. Flossmann, R. Luqmani › Free to View
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2006,24,6,Suppl.43
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Assessing remission in systemic lupus erythematosus
M. Mosca, S. Bombardieri › Free to View
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Remission in juvenile idiopathic arthritis
A. Ravelli, A. Martini › Free to View
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A journal-based CME Activity

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Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology: Remission in Rheumatic Diseases
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