M J Fernandez-Lopez, S Verlinden, M Van Hoydonck, E Dragan, P Eloundou, A Peretz, J Bentin
Muskuloskeletal ultrasound has been incorporated by rheumatologist to the clinical practice over the past decade. The technical improvements of the devices allowed the production of high quality images contributing to better identification of joint inflammation and structural damage. In this review, we highlight the applications of ultrasound in the study of different rheumatic conditions.
September 2014: Revue Médicale de Bruxelles