The Fellowship in Rheumatology is a specialized program designed to provide advanced training and expertise in the field of rheumatology. The objective of this fellowship is to equip medical professionals with comprehensive knowledge and skills necessary for the diagnosis, management, and treatment of rheumatic diseases. The program covers a wide range of rheumatology topics, including rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, osteoarthritis, spondyloarthropathies, vasculitis, and other autoimmune and inflammatory disorders. Participants will gain a deep understanding of the pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnostic approaches, and evidence-based treatment options for rheumatic diseases.

 Teaching Methods:

Server-based classes

Required Backgrounds:
MBBS / MD/MS/ DNB/ Equivalent

Training/ Observership/ Clinical attachment:

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  1. Approach to Rheumatology
    Rheumatology is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the musculoskeletal system and connective tissues. A comprehensive approach to rheumatology involves the evaluation of patients with conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, osteoarthritis, and various autoimmune diseases. Rheumatologists employ clinical assessments, laboratory tests, imaging, and physical examinations to diagnose these conditions. Treatment strategies often include medication management, lifestyle modifications, and therapies to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and improve overall quality of life for patients dealing with rheumatic disorders.
  2. Diseases activity index 
    The Disease Activity Index is a valuable tool in healthcare that aids in the assessment and quantification of the severity and activity of various medical conditions. It is commonly used in the management of chronic diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease, and systemic lupus erythematosus. The index incorporates a range of clinical, laboratory, and patient-reported measures to provide healthcare professionals with an objective way to gauge disease activity, make treatment decisions, and monitor the effectiveness of interventions. The Disease Activity Index plays a pivotal role in optimizing patient care and improving the quality of life for individuals with chronic illnesses.
  3. Immunology
    Immunology is the branch of science that focuses on the study of the immune system, which plays a fundamental role in defending the body against infections and diseases. Immunologists investigate the complexities of the immune response, including the function of white blood cells, antibodies, and other immune components. Understanding immunology is essential in addressing conditions such as autoimmune diseases, allergies, and immunodeficiencies. It also plays a critical role in the development of vaccines and therapies to enhance the body’s ability to combat pathogens. Immunology is at the forefront of medical research, contributing significantly to our knowledge of how the immune system operates and how it can be harnessed for the benefit of human health.
  4. Connective tissue disease
    Connective tissue diseases are a group of medical conditions characterized by abnormalities in the body’s connective tissues, which provide structural support and play a crucial role in the functioning of various organs and systems. These diseases encompass a wide range of disorders, including rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus, and systemic sclerosis. Connective tissue diseases can affect the joints, skin, blood vessels, and other vital organs, leading to diverse symptoms and complications. Diagnosis typically involves clinical assessments, laboratory tests, and medical imaging. Management often includes medications to control inflammation, alleviate symptoms, and improve the quality of life for individuals dealing with these conditions.
  5. Rheumatic disease & organ involvement
    Rheumatic diseases refer to a group of disorders that primarily affect the joints, muscles, and connective tissues, leading to symptoms like pain, inflammation, and reduced mobility. However, these conditions often extend beyond the musculoskeletal system, involving various organs and systems in the body. Rheumatic diseases can impact the skin, eyes, heart, lungs, and blood vessels, causing a wide array of complications. Comprehensive management of rheumatic diseases involves not only addressing joint-related issues but also carefully monitoring and treating organ involvement to improve patient outcomes and overall well-being.
  6. And many more

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