The knee joint is a frequent focus of attention for rheumatologists when assessing patients presenting to a clinic and may represent underlying intra-articular inflammatory pathology or involvement of the surrounding soft tissues. This study describes the correlation between clinical and ultrasound findings in patients presenting with a variety of rheumatic disorders and knee pain. US imaging provides for a sensitive and detailed identification of different intra- and peri-articular pathology responsible for knee pain.

Ultrasound imaging for the rheumatologist XXX. Sonographic assessment of the painful knee

Scirè, C;Montecucco, C;
2010

Abstract

The knee joint is a frequent focus of attention for rheumatologists when assessing patients presenting to a clinic and may represent underlying intra-articular inflammatory pathology or involvement of the surrounding soft tissues. This study describes the correlation between clinical and ultrasound findings in patients presenting with a variety of rheumatic disorders and knee pain. US imaging provides for a sensitive and detailed identification of different intra- and peri-articular pathology responsible for knee pain.
Meenagh, G; Filippucci, E; Delle Sedie, A; Iagnocco, A; Scirè, C; Riente, L; Montecucco, C; Valesini, G; Bombardieri, S; Grassi, W
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