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Ultrasound imaging for the rheumatologist XXXVIII. Sonographic assessment of the hip in psoriatic arthritis patients.

OBJECTIVESThe aims of our study were to investigate the prevalence of ultrasound (US) pathological abnormalities in the hip of psoriatic arthritis (PsA) patients and compare them with the clinical findings. METHODSSixty-five PsA patients were enrolled in the study. Bilateral examination of the hip w... Full description

Journal Title: Clinical and experimental rheumatology 2012 Mar-Apr, Vol.30(2), pp.152-155
Main Author: Riente, Lucrezia
Other Authors: Delle Sedie, Andrea , Sakellariou, Garifallia , Filippucci, Emilio , Meenagh, Gary , Iagnocco, Annamaria , Cioffi, Elisa , Valesini, Guido , Grassi, Walter , Montecucco, Carlomaurizio , Bombardieri, Stefano
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title: Ultrasound imaging for the rheumatologist XXXVIII. Sonographic assessment of the hip in psoriatic arthritis patients.
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  • Riente, Lucrezia
  • Delle Sedie, Andrea
  • Sakellariou, Garifallia
  • Filippucci, Emilio
  • Meenagh, Gary
  • Iagnocco, Annamaria
  • Cioffi, Elisa
  • Valesini, Guido
  • Grassi, Walter
  • Montecucco, Carlomaurizio
  • Bombardieri, Stefano
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  • Adolescent–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Adult–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Aged–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Aged, 80 and Over–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Arthritis, Psoriatic–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Cell Proliferation–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Female–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Femur Head–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Femur Neck–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Hip Joint–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Humans–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Hypertrophy–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Italy–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Male–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Middle Aged–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Northern Ireland–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Predictive Value of Tests–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Prognosis–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Severity of Illness Index–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Synovial Membrane–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Ultrasonography, Doppler–Diagnostic Imaging
  • Young Adult–Diagnostic Imaging
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description: OBJECTIVESThe aims of our study were to investigate the prevalence of ultrasound (US) pathological abnormalities in the hip of psoriatic arthritis (PsA) patients and compare them with the clinical findings. METHODSSixty-five PsA patients were enrolled in the study. Bilateral examination of the hip was performed to detect joint effusion, synovial hypertrophy, irregularity of femoral head and neck profile as seen in erosions and/or osteophytes. RESULTSJoint effusion was detected in 20 out of 130 hips (15%). Synovial hypertrophy was present in 12 out of 20 hips (60%) associated with effusion (9.3% of all hip joints) and only 1 of them showed PD signal. Small effusion without synovial proliferation was imaged in 8 out of 20 hips (40%). On the whole 14 out of 65 patients (21%) had joint effusion with or without synovial hypertrophy using US. No erosions of the femoral head and neck profile were detected whilst osteophytes were imaged in 27 joints (20%). No US abnormalities were demonstrated in 18 hips with pain/tenderness on physical examination, whilst joint effusion was seen in 8 joints which were asymptomatic. CONCLUSIONSUS is a useful imaging method to evaluate hip involvement in PsA that could be integrated into routine PsA management even if patients do not complain of hip involvement.
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abstractOBJECTIVESThe aims of our study were to investigate the prevalence of ultrasound (US) pathological abnormalities in the hip of psoriatic arthritis (PsA) patients and compare them with the clinical findings. METHODSSixty-five PsA patients were enrolled in the study. Bilateral examination of the hip was performed to detect joint effusion, synovial hypertrophy, irregularity of femoral head and neck profile as seen in erosions and/or osteophytes. RESULTSJoint effusion was detected in 20 out of 130 hips (15%). Synovial hypertrophy was present in 12 out of 20 hips (60%) associated with effusion (9.3% of all hip joints) and only 1 of them showed PD signal. Small effusion without synovial proliferation was imaged in 8 out of 20 hips (40%). On the whole 14 out of 65 patients (21%) had joint effusion with or without synovial hypertrophy using US. No erosions of the femoral head and neck profile were detected whilst osteophytes were imaged in 27 joints (20%). No US abnormalities were demonstrated in 18 hips with pain/tenderness on physical examination, whilst joint effusion was seen in 8 joints which were asymptomatic. CONCLUSIONSUS is a useful imaging method to evaluate hip involvement in PsA that could be integrated into routine PsA management even if patients do not complain of hip involvement.
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