Knee pain was not associated with daily walking levels in mild to moderate knee osteoarthritis.
Treating osteoarthritis in older patients with tramadol vs nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may be associated with an increased mortality rate during the year following treatment initiation.
A novel MRI-based semiquantitative scoring system has shown reliability for assessing markers of hip inflammation in patients with hip osteoarthritis.
Nearly a third of patients scheduled to undergo surgery for hip, knee, or spine osteoarthritis were found to use prescription opioids.
Researchers pharmacologically confirmed the pain phenotype of a noninvasive mechanical joint-loading model of osteoarthritis, thus proposing an alternative murine model for osteoarthritic pain.
Lateral wedge shoe insoles may improve knee pain in individuals with painful medial knee osteoarthritis.
Normalization of temporal summation and of conditioned pain modulation may be associated with pain reduction in knee osteoarthritis.
The lifetime risk for revision surgery after elective shoulder replacement surgery varies from 2.7 to 23.6%.
Researchers sought to determine whether levels of synovial fluid monocyte/macrophage subsets affect joint function and quality of life in patients with osteoarthritis.
The AAOS hip preservation surgery appropriateness classification system is driven almost entirely by age and radiographic hip osteoarthritis evaluation.