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  1. [해외논문]   Editorial Board/Aims and Scope   SCI SCIE SCOPUS


    Best practice & research. Clinical rheumatology v.31 no.2 ,pp. iii - iii , 2017 , 1521-6942 ,

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  2. [해외논문]   Index   SCI SCIE SCOPUS


    Best practice & research. Clinical rheumatology v.31 no.2 ,pp. I - I , 2017 , 1521-6942 ,

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  3. [해외논문]   Importance of musculoskeletal health and functional capacity through the life course   SCI SCIE SCOPUS

    Woolf, Anthony D. (Corresponding author.)
    Best practice & research. Clinical rheumatology v.31 no.2 ,pp. 113 - 114 , 2017 , 1521-6942 ,

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  4. [해외논문]   Musculoskeletal health conditions among older populations in urban slums in sub-Saharan Africa   SCI SCIE SCOPUS

    Aboderin, Isabella (African Population and Health Research Centre, Nairobi, Kenya ) , Nanyonjo, Agnes (African Population and Health Research Centre, Nairobi, Kenya)
    Best practice & research. Clinical rheumatology v.31 no.2 ,pp. 115 - 128 , 2017 , 1521-6942 ,

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    Abstract Background Debate on the burden of musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions in lower and middle income countries is intensifying; yet, little knowledge so far exists on patterns and impacts of such conditions among general or older adult populations in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). The objectives of this study are to examine the prevalence, potential predictors, and sequelae of MSK among older adults residing in two low resource informal urban settlements or “slums” in Nairobi Kenya. Methods Data on older adults aged 60 years and over from two unrelated cross-sectional surveys on the older slum populations are used: a 2006/7 survey on the social, health, and overall well-being of older people (sample N = 831), and a 2016 survey on realities and impacts of long-term care and social protection for older adults (sample n = 1026). Uni and multivariate regressions on the 2006/7 data are employed to examine relationships of back pain and symptoms of arthritis with sex, age, wealth, unemployment, diagnoses of hypertension, and diabetes; and with indicators of subjective well-being and functional ability. Descriptive frequencies and chi-squared tests of association are used on 2016 data to identify the overall prevalence and locations of activity limiting MSK pain, and sex differences in these. Results Prevalence of past month back pain and past 2 week symptoms of arthritis was 44% and 42.6%, respectively. Respective prevalence of past month activity limiting back pain and joint pain was 13.9% and 22.7%. A total of 42.6% of slum residents with a current health problem report MSK as the most severe problem. In multivariate regressions, female sex, unemployment, and diagnosis of hypertension are predictive of back pain and symptoms of arthritis. Both conditions are associated with raised odds of having lower quality of life, poorer life satisfaction, and depressive symptoms, and with mobility impairments and self-care difficulties. Conclusions MSK conditions are salient, and a likely key cause of impaired subjective well-being and functioning among older slum populations in SSA. Further research on determinants and consequences of such conditions in older slum populations is required to inform debate on responses to MSK as part of efforts to reorient SSA health systems to aging and to improve slum health.

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  5. [해외논문]   The contribution of musculoskeletal disorders in multimorbidity: Implications for practice and policy   SCI SCIE SCOPUS

    Duffield, Stephen J. (Department of Musculoskeletal Biology 1, Institute of Ageing and Chronic Disease, University of Liverpool, Room 3.42, Clinical Sciences Centre, University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool, L9 7AL, UK ) , Ellis, Benjamin M. (Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Department of Rheumatology, Du Cane Rd, Shepherd's Bush, London W12 0HS, UK ) , Goodson, Nicola (Department of Musculoskeletal Biology 1, Institute of Ageing and Chronic Disease, University of Liverpool, Room 3.36, Clinical Sciences Centre, University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool, L9 7AL, UK ) , Walker-Bone, Karen (Arthritis Research UK/MRC Centre for Musculoskeletal Health and Work, MRC Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit, Southampton General Hospital, Tremona Road, Southampton, SO16 6YD, UK ) , Conaghan, Philip G. (Leeds Institute of Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Medicine, University of Leeds, NIHR Leeds Biomedical Research Centre, Chapel Allerton Hospital, Leeds, LS7 4SA, UK ) , Margham, Tom (Jubilee Street Practice, 368-374 Commercial Road, London, E1 0LS, UK ) , Loftis, Tracey (Arthritis Research UK, Copeman House, St Mary's Court, St Mary's Gate, Chest)
    Best practice & research. Clinical rheumatology v.31 no.2 ,pp. 129 - 144 , 2017 , 1521-6942 ,

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    Abstract People frequently live for many years with multiple chronic conditions (multimorbidity) that impair health outcomes and are expensive to manage. Multimorbidity has been shown to reduce quality of life and increase mortality. People with multimorbidity also rely more heavily on health and care services and have poorer work outcomes. Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are ubiquitous in multimorbidity because of their high prevalence, shared risk factors, and shared pathogenic processes amongst other long-term conditions. Additionally, these conditions significantly contribute to the total impact of multimorbidity, having been shown to reduce quality of life, increase work disability, and increase treatment burden and healthcare costs. For people living with multimorbidity, MSDs could impair the ability to cope and maintain health and independence, leading to precipitous physical and social decline. Recognition, by health professionals, policymakers, non-profit organisations, and research funders, of the impact of musculoskeletal health in multimorbidity is essential when planning support for people living with multimorbidity.

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  6. [해외논문]   Musculoskeletal health and frailty   SCI SCIE SCOPUS

    McGuigan, Fiona E. (Lund University, Department of Clinical Sciences Malmö, Clinical and Molecular Osteoporosis Research Unit, Sweden ) , Bartosch, Patrik (Lund University, Department of Clinical Sciences Malmö, Clinical and Molecular Osteoporosis Research Unit, Sweden ) , Å (Lund University, Department of Clinical Sciences Malmö, Clinical and Molecular Osteoporosis Research Unit, Sweden) , kesson, Kristina E.
    Best practice & research. Clinical rheumatology v.31 no.2 ,pp. 145 - 159 , 2017 , 1521-6942 ,

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    Abstract Frailty is a consequence of advanced aging, where the frailty phenotype tries to capture overall decline in health. Frailty involves multiple physiological systems that are intrinsically inter-related and with highly complex interactions. Frailty is closely linked to musculoskeletal health; musculoskeletal functioning is a key component in quantifying frailty, while at the same time, frailty is associated with the most common age-related musculoskeletal conditions: osteoporosis, fractures, falls, osteoarthritis, and spinal conditions. Beyond that, frailty includes additional physical domains such as nutrition and energy, psychological, and social factors. Despite its recognized role in aging health, there is still a lack of consensus on a core set of variables and how to best define clinically relevant thresholds. This would be of utmost importance for additional use to evaluate many aspects associated with musculoskeletal health, progression and personalized interventions, and rehabilitation.

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  7. [해외논문]   Chronic musculoskeletal pain and its impact on older people   SCI SCIE SCOPUS

    Blyth, Fiona M. (Centre for Education and Research on Ageing, Concord Hospital, University of Sydney, Australia ) , Noguchi, Naomi (Centre for Education and Research on Ageing, Concord Hospital, University of Sydney, Australia)
    Best practice & research. Clinical rheumatology v.31 no.2 ,pp. 160 - 168 , 2017 , 1521-6942 ,

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    Abstract Musculoskeletal conditions are the leading cause of disability worldwide and also have a large impact on many other aspects of older people's health such as low physical activity level, poor mobility, frailty, depression, cognitive impairment, falls and poor sleep quality. Clustering of musculoskeletal pain with other pain conditions is also common, and the number of pain sites is an important prognostic factor. While musculoskeletal pain is usually nociceptive in origin, older people with musculoskeletal conditions may also experience neuropathic pain and central pain syndromes. Musculoskeletal burden of disease is increasing because of rapid ageing of populations, especially in developing countries. Interaction of musculoskeletal pain with co-existing conditions, including other types of pain, needs to be studied in longitudinal studies to identify modifiable targets for intervention. Additionally, potential impacts of musculoskeletal pain and prognostic factors need to be investigated in developing countries where evidence is scarce.

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  8. [해외논문]   Fragility Fractures & Their Impact on Older People   SCI SCIE SCOPUS

    Sà (University Hospital Bristol NHS Foundation Trust, Bristol, UK ) , nchez-Riera, Lí (Institute of Bone and Joint Research, The Kolling Institute, Sydney Medical School, St Leonards, NSW, Australia) , dia , Wilson, Nicholas
    Best practice & research. Clinical rheumatology v.31 no.2 ,pp. 169 - 191 , 2017 , 1521-6942 ,

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    Abstract Osteoporotic fractures, in particular hip and vertebral, are a major health burden worldwide. The majority of these fractures occur in the elderly population, resulting in one of the most important causes of mortality and disability in older ages. Their cost for societies is enormous and is forecast to steadily increase over the coming decades globally. Low bone mineral density (BMD) remains a key preventable risk factor for fractures. Screening and treatment of individuals with high risk of fracture is cost-effective. Predictive tools including clinical risk factors, minimisation of falls risk and public authorities' support to create Fracture Liaison Services are paramount strategies.

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  9. [해외논문]   Spinal pain and its impact on older people   SCI SCIE SCOPUS

    Ferreira, Manuela L. (Institute of Bone and Joint Research, The Kolling Institute, Sydney Medical School, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia ) , de Luca, Katie (Institute of Bone and Joint Research, The Kolling Institute, Sydney Medical School, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia)
    Best practice & research. Clinical rheumatology v.31 no.2 ,pp. 192 - 202 , 2017 , 1521-6942 ,

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    Abstract The term ‘spinal pain’ collectively includes the cervical, thoracic and lumbosacral regions of the spine. The majority of older people experience spinal pain, and with an increasing proportion of older people, the prevalence of spinal conditions are expected to increase in the coming decades. Musculoskeletal conditions of the spine in the older patient commonly include osteoarthritis and spinal stenosis, and the result of these degenerative diseases includes pain, stiffness and a decreased ability to engage in everyday activities. More than just the burden of pain, spinal pain has a significant considerable impact on the wellbeing and independence of older people within the community. Spinal pain is poorly managed, and knowledge of safe and effective treatment strategies are lacking because of the exclusion of older people in clinical research. Spinal pain in older people is a global health problem; the physical and personal impact of spinal directly threatens efforts to support healthy ageing.

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  10. [해외논문]   Physiology of ageing of the musculoskeletal system   SCI SCIE SCOPUS

    Boros, Katalin (Adult Histopathology, Department of Cellular Pathology, Central Manchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust, Clinical Sciences Building 1, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9WL, United Kingdom ) , Freemont, Tony (MMPathIC, The Manchester MRC/EPSRC Molecular Pathology Node, Faculty of Biology, Medicine, and Health, University of Manchester, and Manchester NIHR Biomedical Research Centre, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, M13 9NQ, United Kingdom)
    Best practice & research. Clinical rheumatology v.31 no.2 ,pp. 203 - 217 , 2017 , 1521-6942 ,

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    Abstract This review aims to provide a summary of current concepts of ageing in relation to the musculoskeletal system, highlighting recent advances in the understanding of the mechanisms involved in the development of age-related changes in bone, skeletal muscle, chondroid and fibrous tissues. The key components of the musculoskeletal system and their functions are introduced together with a general overview of the molecular hallmarks of ageing. A brief description of the normal architecture of each of these tissue types is followed by a summary of established and developing concepts of mechanisms contributing to the age-related alterations in each. Extensive detailed description of these changes is beyond the scope of this review; instead, we aim to highlight some of the most significant processes and, where possible, the molecular changes underlying these and refer the reader to in-depth, subspecialist reviews of the individual components for further details.

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