To investigate, in anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide antibody positive (CCP+) at-risk individuals without clinical synovitis, the prevalence and distribution of ultrasound (US) bone erosions (BE), their correlation with subclinical synovitis and their association with the development of inflammatory arthritis (IA).

Ultrasound erosions in the feet best predict progression to inflammatory arthritis in anti-CCP positive at-risk individuals without clinical synovitis / Di Matteo, Andrea; Mankia, Kulveer; Duquenne, Laurence; Cipolletta, Edoardo; Wakefield, Richard J; Garcia-Montoya, Leticia; Nam, Jacqueline Leong; Emery, Paul. - In: EARD. - ISSN 1468-2060. - 79:7(2020), pp. 901-907. [10.1136/annrheumdis-2020-217215]

Ultrasound erosions in the feet best predict progression to inflammatory arthritis in anti-CCP positive at-risk individuals without clinical synovitis

Di Matteo, Andrea;Cipolletta, Edoardo;
2020-01-01

Abstract

To investigate, in anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide antibody positive (CCP+) at-risk individuals without clinical synovitis, the prevalence and distribution of ultrasound (US) bone erosions (BE), their correlation with subclinical synovitis and their association with the development of inflammatory arthritis (IA).
2020
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