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Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative joint disease that leads to pain, stiffness and loss of function. It is the most common form of arthritis and one of the most prevalent musculoskeletal disorders worldwide. This collection from Nature Reviews Rheumatology brings together articles discussing the latest insights into the pathogenesis and management of OA.
Autoinflammatory diseases encompass a variety of rare diseases caused by abnormal activation of the innate immune system. This collection from Nature Reviews Rheumatology brings together articles on the pathogenesis, treatment and definition of autoinflammatory disease
Epidemiological characterization facilitates our understanding of factors that contribute to the initiation and progression of disease. Here, we present an online collection of articles from Nature Reviews Rheumatology that covers aspects of the epidemiology of rheumatic diseases that between them are important contributors to global morbidity and mortality.
This Focus examines the immunological processes in rheumatoid arthritis, including the contributions of B cells and the autoantibody response, synovial tissue macrophages, cellular metabolic adaptations and immune system–fibroblast–bone interactions.
Around 20% of individuals with psoriasis will go on to develop psoriatic arthritis (PsA). This online collection of articles from several Nature Portfolio journals covers the pathogenesis and treatment of psoriatic disease, as well as the transition from psoriasis to PsA.
This online collection of articles from Nature Reviews Rheumatology contains Reviews, Opinion and News articles related to COVID-19, covering basic, translational and clinical aspects of COVID-19 in rheumatology as well as the impact of the pandemic on rheumatology practice and patient care.
The publication of our November 2020 issue marks 15 years since the launch of Nature Reviews Rheumatology (formerly published as Nature Clinical Practice Rheumatology). To celebrate this anniversary, we have curated a collection of some of our most popular articles as well as thought-provoking commentaries and opinions from the archives.
This online collection of articles from Nature Reviews Rheumatology contains Reviews and News pieces authored by leaders in the field, covering the pathogenesis, diagnosis and management of systemic sclerosis.
This Focus examines the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying the therapeutic and adverse effects of various commonly used non-biologic drugs in rheumatology, as well as future prospects in this field.