The Biorepository is a prospective observational cohort study for patients under the care of a licensed physician or qualified physician extender. Target minimum enrollment is approximately 3,000 patients within the first 5 years of the study with no defined upper limit of enrollment. Sites from Corrona's current North America network will be asked to participate. Participating sites and subjects will not receive results from any laboratory testing conducted on the Samples. Personal identifying information will not be collected along with the Samples. Subjects will provide informed consent to contribute Samples to include...
This study aims to further define and characterize imaging findings of possible sacroiliitis in Crohn's Disease patients by recalling subjects who had findings of possible sacroiliitis on prior MRE and assess the natural history and outcome of these cases by using standard magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and x-ray of the sacroiliac joints.
A global, prospective, non-randomized, multicenter, observational, post-market, medical record review registry evaluating real-world evidence for SeaSpine spinal and orthobiologics products.
This study is being done to assess the safety of using the Angel Concentrated Platelet Rich Plasma System to process Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) to treat arthritis of the low back (lumbar spondylosis).
A Phase 2, Open-Label Extension study to evaluate the long-term safety and tolerability of daxdilimab in participants with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus completing the treatment period of the RECAST SLE clinical study.
The purpose of this study is to assess the potential efficacy of topical ruxolitinib for the treatment of discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE)
This multi-site study involving Northwestern Medicine, Beaumont Health, and Loyola Medicine seeks to answer the following question: do patients who undergo subscapularis (SSc) repair during reverse total shoulder arthroplasty (RSA) have better post-operative outcomes than patients who do not undergo SSc repair during RSA? The investigators hypothesize that patients who do not undergo SSc repair during RSA have better post-operative outcomes than patients who undergo SSc repair during RSA. This study will address the controversy surrounding SSc repair during RSA via a multi-institutional randomized controlled trial that will compare...
The purpose of this study is to follow the patient's short term and long term clinical outcome after undergoing joint replacement surgery.
The use of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty (RSA) has increased dramatically in the United States in recent years. The importance of postoperative physical therapy in the setting of anatomic total shoulder is well understood and explored in the literature. The literature describing postoperative physical therapy for RSA, however, is scarce and somewhat limited to the field of physiatry in the form of clinical commentary on rehabilitation programs.In addition, the use of formal in-person therapy versus physician-guided home therapy has been explored in total shoulder arthroplasty, demonstrating similar post-operative range of motion ...
The objective of this study is to evaluate 6-to-12-month radiographic outcomes of patients with sacroiliac joint disruptions or degenerative sacroiliitis that have already undergone treatment with the CATAMARAN SI Joint Fusion System. In addition, retrospective and prospective clinical outcomes will be evaluated.