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(Knee effusion)
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  • Outcomes of hyaluronic acid injections for glenohumeral osteoarthritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis. [Review]
  • JSJ Shoulder Elbow Surg 2018 Nov 28
  • Zhang B, Thayaparan A, … Khan M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Intra-articular HA injection is safe and improves pain for patients with glenohumeral OA. Pain improvements also reported in the control group suggest that a significant placebo effect may be present with respect to intra-articular shoulder injection. Further randomized controlled trials are necessary to evaluate the efficacy of HA and identify optimal dosing and route of administration.
  • Double-inversion recovery with synthetic magnetic resonance: a pilot study for assessing synovitis of the knee joint compared to contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging. [Journal Article]
  • EREur Radiol 2018 Nov 28
  • Yi J, Lee YH, … Suh JS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Synthetic DIR imaging showed a moderate degree of interobserver agreement and good accuracy for detecting synovitis. Though it has limitations, it may play a role in imaging of degenerative joint disease or larger cohort scientific studies where gadolinium application is not feasible.• Synthetic double-inversion recovery (DIR) imaging avoids the use of contrast agent. • There was no significant difference between T1-weighted CE-MRI and synthetic DIR imaging in evaluating presence of synovitis in knee joint. • Synthetic DIR imaging showed moderate degree of interobserver agreement and good accuracy for detecting synovitis compared to CE-MRI, and it may facilitate evaluation of some regions of peripatellar synovitis.
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