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Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology is a bi-monthly international peer-reviewed journal which has been covering all clinical, experimental and translational aspects of musculoskeletal, arthritic and connective tissue diseases since 1983.

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In addition to regular issues, it also publishes a number of annual supplements dedicated to the following topics:

  • Contemporary Topics in Clinical Rheumatology, since 1999;
  • Behçet’s disease and other autoinflammatory conditions, since 2001;
  • Vasculitis, since 2003;
  • Scleroderma, since 2009;
  • Fibromyalgia and related syndromes, since 2009;
  • Sjögren’s syndrome, since 2018
Neck Disability Index Spanish Pdf

Neck Disability Index Spanish Pdf

Articles submitted on these topics are processed with the same peer-review criteria as those published in the regular issues. Once accepted, they are published ahead-of-print online, and subsequently included in the correspondent supplement issue, unless otherwise expressly requested by the Authors.

Articles published in the supplements share the same citation coverage and impact factor as the main journal (PubMed, Scopus, Science Citation Index, etc.).

Neck Disability Index Spanish Version Pdf

Stefano Bombardieri, MD

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Letter to Editor Rheumatology: Commentaries and Controversies (LER) has been an online forum for a stronger voice and a wider audience for critical and dissenting views in rheumatology and related disciplines. It has joined forces with Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology to achieve the deserved wider audience.


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