Arthritis Care & Research
Copyright © 2015 Wiley-Liss, Inc., A Wiley Company
Edited By: Marian T. Hannan, DSc, MPH
Impact Factor: 4.039
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 8/30 (Rheumatology)
Online ISSN: 2151-4658
Associated Title(s): Arthritis & Rheumatology
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Marian T. Hannan, DSc, MPH
Editor's Picks for June 2015
Measures of Arthritis Activity Associated With Patient-Reported Improvement in Rheumatoid Arthritis When Assessed Prospectively Versus Retrospectively
Michael M. Ward MD, MPH, et al.
Does Combined Clinical and Ultrasound Assessment Allow Selection of Individuals With Rheumatoid Arthritis for Sustained Reduction of Anti–Tumor Necrosis Factor Therapy?
Jonathan L. Marks, et al.
Body Mass Index and Functional Mobility Outcome Following Early Rehabilitation After a Total Knee Replacement: A Retrospective Study in Taiwan
Chun-de Liao, et al.
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Special Themed Issue: Mobility and the Rheumatic Diseases
Articles in this themed issue cover important aspects of mobility issues in the rheumatic diseases, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, spondylitis, juvenile fibromyalgia, and myositis. The manuscripts include original articles across a multitude of well-characterized study designs documenting the influence of statin use on physical function, the functional impairments across grades of hallux valgus, predictors of avoidance of activities, physical activity after total knee replacement, psychological profiles of inactive versus active persons, knee pain from stair use, walking speed, the onset of physical disability related to musculoskeletal disorders, the collection of data using a computerized animated activity questionnaire, gait kinematics, and evidence of altered biomechanics.