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Imaging in Rheumatology

Imaging in Rheumatology

MRI proves itself as a valuable tool for pinpointing inflammatory and structural damage in select rheumatoid arthritis patients.

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

(ACR2014) Our rheumatologist correspondent found three issues of particular interest: a biomarker test that has gone quickly to market, new diagnostic criteria for gout, and the potential of ultrasound for Sjögren syndrome.

(ACR2014) What looks good at the forthcoming annual meeting of the ACR? One rheumatologist offers his expectations for useful revelations, if not clinical revolutions, in the coming week.

"Paleoradiology" has now disputed claims that ankylosing spondylitis plagued some royal Egyptians in antiquity. This is the latest of several revelations about the provenance of some rheumatic conditions, based on imaging of ancient remains.

A computed tomography imaging protocol accurately pinpoints interstitial lung disease in systemic sclerosis.The authors call it safe for routine use.

There is broad disagreement about the appearance of sacroillitis in diagnostic imaging, raising questions about current diagnostic criteria.

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