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Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis

Data from a large sample of patients with knee osteoarthritis shows a common pattern in the onset of knee pain.

A new meta-analysis deems intra-articular hyaluronic acid considerably more effective than nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for knee arthritis pain. An expert on osteoarthritis ponders the implications.

(VIDEO) A Baylor rheumatologist has comforting news about osteoarthritis for your patients who are (or used to be) joggers.

(ACR2014) Here RheumatologyNetwork Editorial Board member Roy Altman MD offers revelations from the conference about osteoarthritis. Click on the hyperlinked abstract titles to read the full details for each.

(ACR2014) (VIDEO) In patients with knee osteoarthritis, which contributes more to the risk of central sensitization of pain: inflammation or injury? Dr. Tuhina Neogi reveals the answer in this video interview.

A small controlled trial, first rigorous test of the question, shows that self-massage with a foam roller can substantially reduce soreness in the quadriceps after exercise.

A proposed five-point system for diagnostic scoring of knee osteoarthritis by ultrasound could resolve problems of operator inconsistency.

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