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Radiographic grading of the severity of knee osteoarthritis: Relation of the kellgren and lawrence grade to a grade based on joint space narrowing, and correlation with arthroscopic evidence of articular cartilage degeneration

Radiographic grading of the severity of knee osteoarthritis: Relation of the kellgren and lawrence grade to a grade based on joint space narrowing, an

Radiographic grading of the severity of knee osteoarthritis: Relation of the kellgren and lawrence grade to a grade based on joint space narrowing, and correlation with arthroscopic evidence of articular cartilage degeneration   (Citations: 54)
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Journal: Arthritis and Rheumatism , vol. 34, no. 11, pp. 1381-1386, 2010
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    • ...Grading included the presence of osteophytes and minimal joint space [31] in the medial and lateral tibio-femoral compartments of the knees...

    Ajay M Abrahamet al. Reliability and validity of ultrasound imaging of features of knee ost...

    • ...The severity of knee OA was based on the loss of joint space determined by an orthopaedic surgeon from radiographic images [31] and was graded as follows: 1- less than a half of joint space loss (mild), 2 - more than a half of joint space loss; bone on bone (moderate) and 3 - bone deformity/loss of bone (severe)...

    Pazit Levingeret al. Foot posture in people with medial compartment knee osteoarthritis

    • ...However, other studies [6, 16, 34] have shown radiographic findings of the tibiofemoral joint do not always accurately predict the status of the articular cartilage, particularly during the early stages of OA. Although several studies [23, 43, 53] have correlated arthroscopic, CT, MRI, and radiographic findings with osteochondral lesions of the talus, none of these attempted to correlate the severity of cartilage damage with radiographic ...
    • ...Ayral et al. [2] and Wada et al. [54] reported a correlation between arthroscopic and radiographic parameters; however, other investigators [6, 16, 34] suggest radiography of the tibiofemoral joint does not always accurately predict the status of the articular cartilage, particularly during the early stages of OA. Wu et al. [56] believed the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) clinical criteria for OA of the knee [1] could be used to ...

    Jeong-Seok Moonet al. Radiographic Predictability of Cartilage Damage in Medial Ankle Osteoa...

    • ...The limitation of the KLG [13], however, is that it mixes distinct constructs (osteophytes, joint space narrowing (JSN), subchondral sclerosis, subchondral bone shape changes, cysts, etc) into one scale with the invalid assumptions that changes are linear [14]...

    Felix Ecksteinet al. Relationship of compartment-specific structural knee status at baselin...

    • ...However, JSW measurement does not permit detection of structural changes in nonopaque tissues nor does it constitute an efficient means of monitoring the progression of OA in daily practice [3, 4]. Further, radiographic measurement of JSN in the knee is reliable only in the medial compartment [5]...

    Ruby Madan-Sharmaet al. Do MRI features at baseline predict radiographic joint space narrowing...

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