This issue of Rheumatic Disease Clinics, guest edited by Drs. James Katz and Brian Walitt with the NIH, will cover several key aspects of diagnosing and treating Rheumatic Diseases in Older Adults. The Consulting Editor for the series is Dr. Michael Weisman. The topics discussed in the issue will include: Pharmacotherapy Pearls for the Geriatrician, Pathogenesis and Management of Sarcopenia, A Review of Osteoporosis in the Older Adult, Regional Rheumatic Disorders and Rehabilitation in Older Adults, Rheumatologic Manifestations of Malignancy, Sj gren Syndrome and Other Causes of Sicca in Older Adults, Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Patients with Rheumatic Diseases, Update on Crystal-Induced Arthritides, Immune dysregulation in aging with a focus on B cells and their potential clinical consequence, and Spinal Stenosis, among others.
Foreword: Rheumatic Diseases in Older Adults Preface: Rheumatic Diseases in Older Adults Erratum Pharmacotherapy Pearls in Rheumatology for the Care of Older Adult Patients: Focus on Oral Disease-Modifying Antirheumatic Drugs and the Newest Small Molecule Inhibitors Sarcopenia: A Rheumatic Disease? The Relationship Between Rheumatologic Disorders and Malignancies Update on Sj gren Syndrome and Other Causes of Sicca in Older Adults A Review of Osteoporosis in the Older Adult: An Update Regional Rheumatic Disorders and Rehabilitation in Older Adults: An Update Update on Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Patients with Rheumatic Diseases Crystal-Induced Arthritides in the Elderly: An Update Lumbar Spinal Stenosis in Older Adults Nonsurgical Management of Osteoarthritis Knee Pain in the Older Adult: An Update