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Mortality rates following elective hip and knee replacements have decreased substantially since the early 1990s, according to a new study.
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Tissue from arthritis patients that is normally discarded during hip replacements has been shown to be a rich source of stem cells for use in various regenerative medicine applications.
Antibiotic treatments could help rheumatoid arthritis patients to avoid pneumocystis pneumonia, one of the most common infections associated with immunosuppressive biologic therapy.
Women who receive NSAID therapy during pregnancy are not at increased risk of miscarriages, a new Israeli study has revealed.
New research has shown that patients who undergo total hip arthroplasty tend to enjoy much higher physical activity levels post-surgery.
A new global study has shed light on the increasing worldwide health burden caused by neck pain.
Most websites offering information on vertebroplasty techniques do not provide a full overview of the pros and cons of this therapy approach, according to a new US study.
US scientists have profiled the molecular pathways that allow zebrafish to regrow lost bone cells, a principle that could be applied to help human patients affected by bone loss in future.
A new study has highlighted the importance of tailoring osteoporosis treatment approaches around individual patient preferences.
An automated system to identify high-risk osteoporosis patients being treated for fractures that generates letters to encourage follow-up therapy has shown benefits in a new US study.