Authors/Editor: Weisman, Michael H.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This concise guide serves as a practical, user-friendly reference for rheumatologists and other healthcare professionals.
The book provides an overview of rheumatoid arthritis, including its epidemiology, symptoms, signs, and pathophysiology. Using the most current information available, the author evaluates both traditional and innovative treatment methods. A thorough glossary defines key terms and the appendix includes related resource information - associations, journals and doctors/researchers - all devoted to the study and treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.