Women eat healthier, visit their doctors more often and take advantage of preventive services more frequently than men. Nevertheless, you receive the diagnosis about a rheumatic disease much later. This is despite the fact that they are more likely to suffer from rheumatism and report an increased disease burden compared to male patients. These are the findings of a recent survey study on gender-specific differences in the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic diseases.
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