The latest volume in a series that is already an established favourite with clinicians, The Year in Rheumatic Disorders 2003 provides a compact overview of the most important papers published in this area over the past 12 months. Written and compiled by an expert team, reporting on the most up-to-date medical literature in this field, the yearbook expands on the coverage provided in the first 2 volumes. Papers are included on osteoarthritis, phospholipid syndrome, and rheumatoid arthritis. This volume also features the most recent advances in fibromyalgia. The expertise of the editors and contributors combined with the up-to-date, clinically relevant information make The Year in Rheumatic Disorders 2003 an essential resource for all physicians and specialists involved in treating patients with rheumatic disease.