Self-reported Symptoms Can Detect Fibromyalgia in RA Patients, Study Finds
Aug 07, 2018 07:00 am | Ana Pena
Patient-reported joint tenderness and quality of life, the subjective components of the DAS28 disease activity score, are valuable in identifying fibromyalgia in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Based on those two factors, researchers used a score called DAS28-P to distinguish between RA patients with fibromyalgia and those with simple RA. The study, “The subjective components of the Disease […]
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