Big differences exist between rheumatologists and myositis patients in perceptions of the most troublesome aspects of the condition, a study by Outcomes Measures in Rheumatology (OMERACT) group shows. While clinicians nominate muscle, skin and joint symptoms and dysphagia as the most important outcomes for myositis, they tend to overlook domains such as fatigue, cognitive impact ...
Rheumatologists and patients are poles apart on myositis outcomes
By Michael Woodhead
18 Sep 2018