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  • March 2009

    Ultrasound Changes Care of Some Patients with Rheumatic Conditions

    Society of Skeletal Radiology 2009 Annual Meeting | Harish S et al.

    The study included 62 patients. Results showed that, “approximately 50% of patients had a change in management following ultrasound evaluation,” said Srinivasan Harish, lead author of the study…

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  • September 2007

    Benefits of MRI versus Arthroscopy in the Diagnosis of Knee Pathology

    Br Medical Bulletin | Crawford R. et al.

    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is considered highly useful in the diagnosis of knee lesions. Most diagnostic studies comparing MRI and arthroscopy have shown good diagnostic…

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  • December 2005

    Cost Benefits and Budgetary Impacts of Increased Osteoporosis Screening

    Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, Osteoporosis International | John T. Schousboe et al., Alison B. King et al.

    Affecting an estimated 5 million American women over the age of 65, Osteoporosis is among the most debilitating threats to Medicare beneficiaries in our country today. Unfortunately, rates of diagnosis…

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