Dual-energy computed tomography was superior to ultrasound for diagnosing suspected gouty knee arthritis.
Researchers sought to investigate the cross-sectional association between patient-reported swelling and effusion-synovitis on MRI in patients with OA and meniscal tear.
Researchers sought to determine the predictive value of tibiofemoral MRI, patellofemoral MRI, and KLG1 for the incidence of clinical or radiographic knee OA.
The results of the FUTURE 5 study show that secukinumab improved signs and symptoms and inhibited radiographic structural progression at 24 weeks in psoriatic arthritis.
Ultrasound is a reliable diagnostic tool for identifying calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease.
Few patients with cancer experienced a flare of their pre-existing rheumatic disease or an immune-related adverse effect.
The diagnostic utility of repeat MRI was examined in people who were HLA-B27-negative or positive.
In patients with knee osteoarthritic pain, extended-release paracetamol may have a greater analgesic effect than placebo.
A new bone assessment evaluates fracture risk in children.
Our results demonstrate that a significant portion of patients classified as in clinical remission by DAS28 present some imaging findings suggesting disease activity in their clinical dominant foot