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High-intensity interval training appears safe for individuals with psoriatic arthritis, as a study found no significant increase in inflammation assessed by ultrasound and MRI.
Investigators suggested an ALT/HDL-C ratio of 15.97 as a screening threshold for identifying NAFLD, noting its increased effectiveness compared to ALT, HDL-C, the aspartate aminotransferase to HDL-C ratio, and the gamma-glutamyl transferase to HDL-C ratio.
Sarah Wheeler, PharmD, and John Bucheit, PharmD, provide perspective on contemporary trends in screening and management of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in people with type 2 diabetes.
This new data indicates that there may be potential for clinicians to maintain their typical lung cancer screening model’s accuracy and also reduce racial and ethnic disparities.
An analysis of patient data from a health system in southern California suggests both type 1 and type 2 diabetes rates rose among younger populations during the COVID-19 pandemic, affecting non-Hispanic Black and Hispanic youth most significantly.
A study of more than 500 patients with severe psoriasis provides further insight into the association between severe psoriasis and cardiovascular disease risk, demonstrating coronary microvascular dysfunction was present in 30% of this cohort.
Nehad Soloman, MD, believes acknowledging the cultural and social dynamics impacting patients' healthcare decisions and establishing a personal connection with patients can help overcome initial barriers to care.
This retrospective study from Japan highlighted several key elements linked to a generalized pustular psoriasis diagnosis among individuals with psoriasis vulgaris.