intraarticular injection

intraarticular injection

the injection of a medication into a joint space, usually to reduce inflammation, such as in bursitis or fibromyositis. With the same technique abnormally excessive fluid may be withdrawn from the joint space. The fluid may be a result of trauma or inflammation.
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The EU consortium ADIPOA has shown in a first in man 2-centre Phase I safety study that intraarticular injection of a single dose of autologous ASCs to the knee (18 patients, 12 month follow-up) was well-tolerated, had no adverse effects, and resulted in an improvement in pain score and functional outcome.
Tourniquet release followed 10 minutes after the intraarticular injection, during which time the dressing was applied to the knee.
Evaluation of the pituitary adrenal axis function following single intraarticular injection of methylprednisolone.
12,18) Patients may report little or no relief after intraarticular injection of a local anesthetic.
All the quantitative datas have been conducted normality test and the statistical significance between the two groups (control group, intraarticular injection of TXA group) were determined using two-sample Student-t test.
sup][1] He received nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and sulfasalazine irregularly, together with intraarticular injection of corticosteroid to control the symptoms.
Clinical signs of arthritis like joint became hot, swelled and painful and lameness in affected limb appeared in all rabbits after 24 hours of intraarticular injection of turpentine oil.
Patients also received a course of therapy and an intraarticular injection of marcaine, lidocaine, and steroid usually given at the same time as the MRI arthrogram dye.
Successful intraarticular injection can be confirmed by a positive patellar tap and bulging from the medial gutter.