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EULAR's New Look at Spondyloarthritis

What imaging method should you use to monitor disease activity in axial spondyloarthritis? What's the best technology to identify peripheral spondyloarthritis? The European Union League Against Arthritis has offered detailed recommendations for imaging the entire spectrum of disease.

Imaging in Rheumatology

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MRI measures appear to be on target with patient-reported outcomes in rheumatoid arthritis, researchers report in ARD.

Ultrasound has become such an important diagnostic tool in rheumatology that experts recommend sonographers and physicians obtain the same level of training.

Philip Conaghan, M.B., Ph.D.

Imaging technology has made clinical trials in rheumatology shorter and more sensitive, but more research is needed on how best to use ultrasound and MRI in practice.

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Baseline radiologic damage can predict long-term patient-related outcomes in patients with severe rheumatoid arthritis.

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A task force of rheumatologists, radiologists and patients has developed nine points to consider in the clinical management of juvenile idiopathic arthritis.

This two-part video demonstrates how to use ultrasound to guide viscosupplementation or steroid injection of the arthritic knee, interspersed with the corresponding ultrasound images.

Calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease is many times more common than rheumatoid arthritis, but rarely studied and difficult to diagnose. Here an expert rheumatologist offers the basics for management today and prospects for the future.

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