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(Arthritis, general) articles in PubMed
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  • Cross-sectional association between muscle strength and self-reported physical function in 195 hip osteoarthritis patients. [Journal Article]
  • Semin Arthritis Rheum 2016 Aug 16SA
  • Hall M, Wrigley TV, … Bennell KL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Greater isometric strength of specific hip and thigh muscle groups may be associated with better self-reported physical function in men and women. In people with mild physical dysfunction, an estimate of MCII in physical function may be associated with attainable increases in strength. However, in patients with more severe dysfunction, greater and perhaps unattainable strength increases may be associated with an estimate of MCII in physical function. Longitudinal studies are required to validate these observations.
  • Rheumatology training experience across Europe: analysis of core competences. [Journal Article]
  • Arthritis Res Ther 2016; 18(1):213AR
  • Sivera F, Ramiro S, … Working Group on Training in Rheumatology across Europe
  • CONCLUSIONS: Even though self-reported ability is generally high, there are significant differences amongst European countries, including differences in the learning structure and assessment of competences. This suggests that educational outcomes may also differ. Efforts to promote European harmonization in rheumatology training should be encouraged and supported.
  • Macrophages mediated diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis using fibrin based magnetic nanoparticles as MRI contrast agents. [Journal Article]
  • Biochim Biophys Acta 2016 Sep 20BB
  • Periyathambi P, Sastry TP, … Manickavasagam K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The animal experiment results indicate that FA-MFNPs can be used as a specific MRI contrast agent in identifying phagocytic active macrophages in the synovial joints.Blood is the precursor source for synthesising the fibrin-based iron oxide (magnetic) nanoparticles (MFNPs) with diameters between 12 and 15nm. It has excellent superparamagnetic behaviour, biocompatibility, osteogenic potency, hemocompatibility, and biodegradable properties. MFNPs-based nanocomposites might be a promising contrast agent for bioimaging.
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