Fernando Neubarth

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BACKGROUND With the increases in and aging of the populations of the Americas, monitoring the number of rheumatologists is critical to address and focus on areas of greatest need. OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was to gather data on the rheumatology workforce from 21 national societies in the Pan American League of Associations for Rheumatology(More)
61 Bras J Rheumatol 2010;50(1):56-66 Received on 10/06/2009. Approved for publication on 11/24/2009. Roberto Ezequiel Heymann and Eduardo dos Santos Paiva received honorariums from Lilly, Janssen-Cilag, Boehringer, Apsen, and Pfizer for speeches and consulting services; Milton Helfenstein Junior received honorariums from Pfizer and Merck Sharp for speeches(More)
OBJECTIVE To develop guidelines for Musculoskeletal Ultrasound (MSKUS) training for rheumatologists in the Americas. METHODS A total of 25 Rheumatologists from 19 countries of the American Continent participated in a consensus-based interactive process (Delphi method) using 2 consecutive electronic questionnaires. The first questionnaire included the(More)
Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919), one of the world's most celebrated impressionist painters, suffered from rheumatoid arthritis for most of his life. His symptoms developed when he was in his 50s and they became aggressive at about the age of 60 years that led to almost complete disability when he was 70 years old. Although the deformities he suffered(More)
One of the most famous works by the Austrian symbolist painter Gustav Klimt and one of the most widely reproduced works of art worldwide, Adele Bloch-Bauer I which portrays the beautiful wife of Austrian magnate Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer. Adele was the only woman painted by Klimt on more than one occasion. Apart from the beauty and value of the painting, the(More)
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