What's truly troubling that knee (shoulder or toe)? In his latest video on ultrasound in rheumatology, Paul DeMarco MD shows with a live demonstration and slides how to identify the crystalline causes of joint pain.
Pfizer expects to release Embeda (morphine sulfate and naltrexone hydrochloride), approved in 2009 based on osteoarthritis studies but withdrawn by another firm in 2011 due to concerns over abuse, sometime early next year.
(VIDEO) The fourth "Sounding Out Arthritis" video demonstrates how to use ultrasound to distinguish gout from pseudogout, with a demonstration of probe placement and narrated ultrasound images and videos.
(VIDEO) First, a live demonstration of ultrasound probe placement to examine the Achilles tendon for enthesitis. Then, a narrated series of still slides and films showing normal and abnormal views from the ultrasound monitor.