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The most up-to-date and readily accessible rheumatology resource available!





A Doody's Core Title ESSENTIAL PURCHASE!





5 STAR DOODY'S REVIEW!

"I was impressed with this book and consider it one of the more useful books I've come across for use in treating patients. Not only is it a good book to read from cover-to-cover, but it's also a wonderful resource for injection techniques as well as therapeutics. No other book provides the practicalities like this does. Based on the ever-changing biologic therapies, one would imagine an update every several years makes sense."--Doody's Review Service





The second edition of this quick-reference guide has everything you need to keep pace with this fast-moving field--presented in the acclaimed CURRENT format. Valuable to primary care providers as well as practicing rheumatologists, the book offers a straightforward approach to the management of difficult-to-treat rheumatologic diseases and disorders, such as arthritis, lupus, and sarcoidosis.





Essential NEW MATERIAL INCLUDES:



• Updated review of NSAIDs in light of current controversies and developments

• Expanded coverage of rheumatoid arthritis

• Brand new chapters on Juvenile Arthritis; The Treatment of SLE; Autoimmune Hearing Loss; and the Approach to the Painful Red Eye

• A well-illustrated chapter on the performance of joint arthrocentesis and injection

• More illustrations and radiographs

• New chapter on Pearls in Hospital Rheumatology, filled with no-nonsense diagnostic and treatment advice for the student, trainee, or clinician



Features:



• Expert coverage of the entire range of rheumatology disorders

• Full explanations of common and major disorders in clinical immunology

• Concise chapters geared to the needs of trainees and clinicians

• Addresses common but difficult-to-diagnose rheumatologic complaints -- and delivers key “approach to the patient” strategies

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Celia J Fang, MD (Washington University Medical Center)
Description: This is a rheumatology textbook written for the practicing clinician. Distinguishing features include a detailed "how to" chapter on joint aspiration and injection, a thorough guide to medications including the latest biologic therapies, and unique chapters such as pearls and myths of common rheumatologic problems, pregnancy and rheumatic disease, common running injuries, HIV rheumatic complaints, and complementary and alternative therapies. The first edition was published three years ago.
Purpose: The purpose is to be a "practical guide to the diagnosis and management of the complete range of rheumatological problems encountered in clinical medicine, from common musculoskeletal complaints to complex, multi-organ system inflammatory diseases." These are obviously worthy objectives as other resources may be too cumbersome and filled theoretical information to be useful at bedside of or office visit of a patient. For the most part, the book meets the objectives, though chapters regarding sports medicine are sparse.
Audience: The intended audience includes primary care physicians, rheumatologists, other specialists, fellows, house officers, medical students, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and those studying for board certification or recertification. As the authors of this book are credible authorities in their respective fields, and the book is well written and thus easily read, the intended readers would benefit greatly from this book.
Features: The first section is divided into "Approach to the Patient with X" and provides a thorough differential for the ailment. The rest of the sections go into more depth for each diagnosis, complete with treatment. The practicalities of this book cannot be overemphasized. The concise presentation gets at exactly what you would want to know when treating patients. The illustrations are also wonderful and easily to follow. I particularly liked the unique sections such as pearls and myths, painful prosthetic joints, injuries from running, and pregnancy and rheumatic diseases. Some of the details in the "Physical Exam of the Musculoskeletal System" chapter are ones I've never seen addressed in any other book. Shortcomings include the sparse information on sports medicine issues.
Assessment: I was impressed with this book and consider it one of the more useful books I've come across for use in treating patients. Not only is it a good book to read from cover-to-cover, but it's also a wonderful resource for injection techniques as well as therapeutics. No other book provides the practicalities like this does. Based on the ever-changing biologic therapies, one would imagine an update every several years makes sense.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071460408
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/21/2006
  • Series: LANGE CURRENT Series
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 608
  • Product dimensions: 1.23 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 7.44 (d)

Meet the Author

John B. Imboden, MD, Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco; Chief, Division of Rheumatology, San Francisco General Hospital

David B. Hellmann, MD, MACP, Vice Dean and Chairman, Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Aliki Perroti Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD

John H. Stone, MD, MPH, Deputy Editor for Rheumatology, UpToDate, Inc., Waltham, MA

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Table of Contents

I. Approach to the Patient With Rheumatic Disease
1. Physical Examination of the Musculoskeletal System, Kenneth E. Sack
2. Joint Aspiration & Injection, Kenneth H. Fye & Kirsten Morehead
3. Laboratory Diagnosis, John B. Imboden
4. Approach to the Patient with Arthritis, John B. Imboden
5. Approach to the Adolescent with Arthritis, Peggy Schlesinger
6. The Patient with Hand, Wrist, or Elbow Pain, E. Gene Deune & Daniel Most
7. Approach to the Patient with Ankle & Foot PainWilliam M. Jenkin
8. Approach to the Painful Shoulder, Robin V. West & Mark W. Rodosky
9. Approach to the Patient with Neck Pain, David Borenstein
10. Approach to the Patient with Low Back Pain, Rajiv K. Dixit
11. The Patient with Hip Pain, Ilksen Gurkan & Simon Mears
12. Approach to the Patient with Knee Pain, Carl A. Johnson
13. The Patient with Diffuse Pain, John B. Winfield
14.Pregnancy & Rheumatic Disease, Pin Lin, Phyllis N. Bonaminio, & Rosalind Ramsey-Goldman
Section II: Rheumatoid Arthritis & Spondyloarthropathies

15. Rheumatoid Arthritis: The Disease--Diagnosis & Clinical Features, James R. ODell
16. Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis, James R. O’Dell
17. Ankylosing Spondylitis and the Arthritis of Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Jennifer D. Gorman & John B. Imoden
18. Reactive Arthritis, Gordon K. Lam & Clifton O. Bingham, III
19. Psoriatic Arthritis, Gordon K. Lam & Clifton O. Bingham, III
20. Adult Still Disease, Peggy Schlesinger
21. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, Peggy Schlesinger
Section III: Lupus & Related Autoimmune Disorders

22. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Michelle Petri
23. Treatment of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Maria Dall'Era & David Wofsy
24. Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome, Michelle Petri
25. Raynaud Phenomenon, Sangeeta Dileep Sule & Fredrick M. Wigley
26. Scleroderma, Laura K. Hummers & Fredrick M. Wigley
27. Primary Sjögren Syndrome, Manuel Ramos-Casals & Josep Font
28. Polymyositis & Dermatomyositis, Alan N. Baer and Robert L. Wortmann
29. Relapsing Polychondritis, John H. Stone
Section IV. Vasculitis

30. Introduction to Vasculitis: Classification & Clinical Clues, David B. Hellmann
31. Giant Cell Arteritis & Polymyalgia Rheumatica, David B. Hellmann
32. Takayasu Arteritis, David B. Hellmann
33. Wegener Granulomatosis, John H. Stone
34. Microscopic Polyangiitis, Geetha Duvuru & John H. Stone
35. Churg-Strauss Syndrome, Philip Seo & John H. Stone
36. Polyarteritis Nodosa, John H. Stone
37. Mixed Cryoglobulinemia, Geetha Duvuru & John H. Stone
38. Hypersensitivity Vasculitis, John H. Stone
39. Behçet Disease, David B. Hellmann
40. Henoch-Schönlein Purpura, Geetha Duvuru and John H. Stone
41. Vasculitis of the Central Nervous System, David B. Hellmann
42. Buerger Disease, John H. Stone
43. Miscellaneous Forms of Vasculitis, Philip Seo & John H. Stone
Section V. Degenerative Joint Disease & Crystal-Induced Arthritis

44. Osteoarthritis, David L. Felson
43. Gout, Sherri Sanders & Robert L. Wortmann46. Pseudogout: Calcium PyrophosphateDihydrate Crystal Deposition Disease, Jeffrey S. Alderman & Robert L. Wortmann
Section VI. Infection

47. Septic Arthritis & Disseminated Gonococcal Infection, Monica Gandhi & Richard Jacobs
48. Lyme Disease, Linda K. Bockenstedt
49. Mycobacterial & Fungal Infectionsof Bone & Joints, Henry F. Chambers & John B. Imboden
50. Rheumatic Manifestations of Acute & Chronic Viral Arthritis, Dimitrios Vassilopoulos
51. Evaluation of Rheumatic Complaints in Patients with HIV, Khalil G. Ghanem, Dimitrios Vassilopoulos, & Kelly A Gebo
52. Rheumatic Fever, Preeti Jaggi & Stanford T. Shulman
Section VII. Rheumatic Manifestations of Systemic Disease

53. Sarcoidosis, Edward S. Chen & David R. Moller
54. Endocrine & Metabolic Disorders, Jonathan Graf
55. Rheumatic Manifestations of Malignancy, John B. Imboden & Fiona A. Donald
56. Amyloidosis, Paul S. Mueller
Section VIII. Disorders of Bone

57. Osteoporosis & Glucocorticoid-Induced Osteoporosis, Dolores Shoback
58. Osteonecrosis, Carol M. Ziminski
Section IX. Special Topics

59. Common Rheumatologic Problems Encountered by the Hospitalist: Pearls and Myths, John H. Stone, John B. Imboden, & David B. Hellmann
60. Approach to the Patient with a Painful Prosthetic Joint, Steven A. Lietman
61. The Patient with a Red Eye, James T. Rosenbaum & Lyndell L. Lim
62. Common Injuries from Running, Calvin R. Brown Jr.
63. Complex Regional Pain Syndromes: Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy & Causalgia, Ralf Baron, Janne Ludwig, & Jon D. Levine
64. Sensoineural Hearing Loss (Immune-mediated Inner Ear Disease), John H. Stone & Howard W. Francis
Section X: Special Topics

65. Legal Issues, Victor R. Cotton
66. Complementary & Alternative Therapies, Sharon L. Kolasinski
Section XI: Therapies

67. Medications
Index

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