erosive osteoarthritis


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erosive osteoarthritis

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We have described a case of erosive osteoarthritis in 3 generations of women that supports a strong genetic component and female preponderance of the disease.
Erosive osteoarthritis is a progressive disorder with a typically bilateral and symmetrical distribution in the interphalangeal joints and less frequently the first carpometacarpal joint of the hand or the foot joints.
Erosive osteoarthritis and psoriatic arthritis: a radiologic comparison in the hand, wrist, and foot.
Erosive osteoarthritis of the feet: description of two patients.
Ultrasonographic evidence of inflammation is frequent in hands of patients with erosive osteoarthritis.
Galactosaminoglycuronglycan sulfate in erosive osteoarthritis of the hands: early diagnosis, early treatment.