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  • Does symptomatic knee osteoarthritis increase the risk of all-cause mortality? Data from four international population-based longitudinal surveys of aging. [Journal Article]
  • CRClin Rheumatol 2019 Jul 20
  • Yang Z, Lei G, … Yang T
  • CONCLUSIONS: In these four population-based longitudinal studies, no association between symptomatic knee osteoarthritis and increased risk of all-cause mortality was observed after adjusting for potential confounders. Key Points • This study evaluated the association between symptomatic knee OA and the risk of all-cause mortality among the participants retrieved from four large population-based longitudinal studies across the world. • No association between symptomatic knee osteoarthritis and increased risk of all-cause mortality was observed after considering potential confounders, and our findings were consistent with the results derived from four independent longitudinal studies. • The present study included four international population-based longitudinal studies, comprising both developed and developing areas, which allowed the findings to be interpreted under larger circumstance.
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