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How will you feel if your doctor will tell you that you have SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus) and there’s no cure on it? In 2002, I was 19 years old, on my 2nd year college when I had hematoma on my legs and I easily get tired so I went to see a hematologist to find out what was it.
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Rheuma postgrad Clin Prob solving - report
Written by Lupus ph Administrator   
Thursday, 06 February 2014
Clinical Problem Solving in Arthritis and Lupus  
Written by: Michael Thomas Salvador, MD
 
Rheumatology Educational Trust Foundation Inc. (RETFI) in partnership with Arthritis Care and
Research Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. (Arthritis CaRe) held a postgraduate course entiltled
“Clinical Problem Solving in Arthritis and Lupus” on Sunday, 24 November 2013, at the Diamond Hotel,
Manila.  This activity was fully supported by the Philippine Rheumatology Association (PRA). A total of
130 delegates attended the one-day event, composed of medical practitioners and trainees.  The
morning session was opened by a welcome address by Dr. Paul Santos Estrella, president of Arthritis
CaRe.  Dr. Estrella was also the chairperson of the morning sessions.  This post-graduate course was
unlike the other courses conducted before because of the audience participation through the questions
posted during the interactive questions.  Interactive keypads were available to all delegates who
attended.
Plenary:  “Osteoarthritis Revisited”  by Dr. Juan Javier Lichauco
The articulate Dr. Juan Javier Lichauco, opened the morning plenary session with a lecture that
revisited osteoarthritis and updates on the diagnosis and management.  was a stimulating discussion to
say the least as it re-evaluated our knowledge of this most common form of arthritis associated with
pain, joint stiffness and reduced quality of life.  The lecture emphasized on the recognition and
evaluation of osteoarthritis by using different measures of disease severity ranging from pain scale
(VAS), physical function (by WOMAC Index) to Laquesne index of severity.  The increasing incidence of
metabolic syndrome was also associated with the increasing incidence of osteoarthritis as shown in the
study of Yoshimura in 2012. He also introduced sarcopenic obesity – obesity accompanied by low
skeletal muscle mass – being linked with knee osteoarthritis compared with the non-sarcopenic obesity. Read more... 
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Rheuma Cares will HELP you get your life back!
Written by Lupus ph Administrator   
Thursday, 06 February 2014
Rheuma Cares is an initiative of LUISA (Lupus Inspired Advocacy) and PEARL (People Empowerment for
Arthritis & Lupus) projects of  Rheumatology Educational Trust Foundation, Inc. (RETFI),   
in partnership with Arthritis Care and Research Foundation of the Philippines, Inc.                                               
and Philippine Rheumatology Association (PRA) Read more...
 
APLAR 2013 report by fellows
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Thursday, 06 February 2014

 The Symposium of the Asia Pacific League of Associations for Rheumatology
(APLAR) 2013 was held last 29 August - 01 September 2013 in Bali, Indonesia.   It was such
a privilege to attend a national convention for rheumatologists where we get to meet and
listen to the lectures of various Rheumatology world experts.    I was with the other
rheumatology fellows-in-training:  Drs. Jennifer Payte, Michael Thomas Salvador,
Catherine  Macapagal  and Lenore Lugue-Lizardo from the University of Santo Tomas (UST)
Hospital,  and Drs Melissa Aquino-Villamin and Jonathan Consignado from St. Lukes
Medical Center; also with us is Miss Robelle Tanangunan,  a research staff from UST.

OSTEOARTHRITIS
By Stamen Natino-Tupas
 

 One of the subjects discussed in the convention was about the latest advances in
OSTEOARHTRITIS (OA).    Dr. Weiya Zhang from the University of Nottingham in United
Kingdom was the speaker in a plenary entitled How to treat OA: International Consensus.  
A symposium on New Insights in Osteoarthritis consisted of three topics:  Impact of the
Context in the Management of Osteoarthritis presented by  Dr. Weiya Zhang of United
Kingdom,  Osteoarthritis and Osteoporosis:  What is the Relationship by Dr. Harry Isbagio
from Indonesia, and Stem Cells Therapy in Osteoarthritis: the Role of the Rheumatologist
by Dr. Fereydoun Davatchi of Iran. Read more...
 
ALS Patient Artist REPORT 28-30 November 2012
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Thursday, 06 February 2014

ALS Patient Artist REPORT 28-30 November 2012

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