Rheumatology: Current Research

Rheumatology: Current Research
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ISSN: 2161-1149 (Printed)

Citations Report

Citations Report - Rheumatology: Current Research [170 Articles]

The articles published in Rheumatology: Current Research have been cited 170 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Rheumatology: Current Research.

Den Ruijter HM, Haitjema S, Asselbergs FW, Pasterkamp G (2015) Sex matters to the heart: a special issue dedicated to the impact of sex related differences of cardiovascular diseases. Atherosclerosis 241: 205-207.

Khan D, Dai R, Ahmed SA (2015) Sex differences and estrogen regulation of miRNAs in lupus, a prototypical autoimmune disease. Cellular immunology 294: 70-79.

Dai R, Ahmed SA (2014) Sexual dimorphism of miRNA expression: a new perspective in understanding the sex bias of autoimmune diseases. Ther Clin Risk Manag 10: 151-163.

Sharma S, Eghbali M (2014) Influence of sex differences on microRNA gene regulation in disease. Biology of sex differences 5: 3.

Moghimi J, Rezaei AA, Ghorbani R, Razavi MR, Pahlevan D (2016) Efficacy of an acquainted drug in the treatment of inflammatory low back pain: Sulfasalazine under investigation. Drug Design, Development and Therapy 10: 3065.

Wong RS (2015) Role of stem cells in spondyloarthritis: Pathogenesis, treatment and complications. Human immunology 76: 781-788.

Greenberg JD, Palmer JB, Li Y, Herrera V, Tsang Y, et al.(2016) Healthcare resource use and direct costs in patients with ankylosing spondylitis and psoriatic arthritis in a large US cohort. The Journal of rheumatology 43: 88-96.


Alipoor B, Norouzabad LM, Abed R, Oskouei MA, Sadat BE, et al. (2014) Effect of arctium lappa L.(Burdock) root tea on clinical signs and symptoms in patients with knee osteoarthritis. Current Topics in Nutraceuticals Research 12: 149.

Garver MJ, Focht BC, Taylor SJ (2015) integrating lifestyle approaches into osteoarthritis care. Journal of multidisciplinary healthcare 8: 409.

Malemud CJ (2014) CORR Insights®: A Novel System Improves Preservation of Osteochondral Allografts. Clinical orthopaedics and related research 472: 3415.

Muoh O, Malemud CJ, Askari AD (2014) Clinical significance and implications of genetic and genomic studies in patients with osteoarthritis. Adv Genomics Genetics 4: 193-206.

Hucke S, Herold M, Liebmann M, Freise N, Lindner M, et al. (2016) The farnesoid-X-receptor in myeloid cells controls CNS autoimmunity in an IL-10-dependent fashion. Acta Neuropathologica 132: 413-31.

Hucke S, Wiendl H, Klotz L (2015) Implications of dietary salt intake for multiple sclerosis pathogenesis. Multiple Sclerosis Journal 7: 1352458515609431.

Savage JC, Jay T, Goduni E, Quigley C, Mariani MM, et al. (2015) Nuclear receptors license phagocytosis by trem2+ myeloid cells in mouse models of Alzheimer's disease. Journal of Neuroscience 35: 6532-6543.

Bogie JF, Stinissen P, Hendriks JJ (2014) Macrophage subsets and microglia in multiple sclerosis. Acta neuropathologica 128: 191-213.

Hirao M, Ebina K, Tsuboi H, Noguchi T, Hashimoto J, Yoshikawa H (2015) Appearance of hindfoot valgus deformity and recurrence of hallux valgus in the very early period after hallux valgus surgery in a poorly controlled rheumatoid arthritis case: A case report. Modern Rheumatology 15:1-3.

Hirao M, Ebina K, Shi K, Tomita T, Noguchi T, Tsuboi H, Hashimoto J, Yoshikawa H. Association between preoperative pain intensity of MTP joint callosities of the lesser toes and fore-mid-hindfoot deformities in rheumatoid arthritis cases. Modern Rheumatology. 2016 Jun 14:1-4.

Hirao M, Ebina K, Tsuboi H, Nampei A, Kushioka J, Noguchi T, Tsuji S, Owaki H, Hashimoto J, Yoshikawa H. Outcomes of modified metatarsal shortening offset osteotomy for forefoot deformity in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: Short to mid-term follow-up. Modern Rheumatology. 2017 Jan 18:1-9.

Sung IH, Sung YK, Huh DR, Kim SJ. A comparative study on the results of the modified Ludloff osteotomy for hallux valgus deformities with minimal erosion of the metatarsophalangeal joints in rheumatoid patients versus non-rheumatoid patients. Modern Rheumatology. 2015 Sep 3;25(5):694-700.

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