Identification and prevalence of rheumatoid nodules in the finger tendons using high frequency ultrasonography.
- Published Article
The Journal of rheumatology
- Publication Date
Jun 01, 1999
The ultrasonography technique was valuable in the confirmation of rheumatoid nodule involvement of the finger tendons. The prevalence of rheumatoid nodule in finger tendons was 16.66%. We believe that ultrasonography should be the screening procedure of choice for diagnosis of RA nodules of the fingers.
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