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What drives osteoarthritis?-synovial versus subchondral bone pathology.
Hügle T and Geurts J. Rheumatology (Oxford) 2017 - Review. PMID 28003493
A plethora of metabolic and mechanical factors can lead to synovitis in OA. Synovial tissue is highly vascularized and thus exposed to systemic influences such as hypercholesterolaemia or low grade inflammation. This review aims to describe the current understanding of synovitis and subchondral bone pathology and their connection in OA....
A plethora of metabolic and mechanical factors can lead to synovitis in OA. Synovial tissue is highly vascularized and thus exposed t …
The role of synovitis in pathophysiology and clinical symptoms of osteoarthritis.
Sellam J and Berenbaum F. Nat Rev Rheumatol 2010 - Review. PMID 20924410
Osteoarthritis (OA), one of the most common rheumatic disorders, is characterized by cartilage breakdown and by synovial inflammation that is directly linked to clinical symptoms such as joint swelling, synovitis and inflammatory pain. The gold-standard method for detecting synovitis is histological analysis of samples obtained by biopsy, but the noninvasive imaging techniques MRI and ultrasonography might also perform well. ...
Osteoarthritis (OA), one of the most common rheumatic disorders, is characterized by cartilage breakdown and by synovial inflammation that i …
Innate inflammation and synovial macrophages in osteoarthritis pathophysiology
Griffin TM and Scanzello CR. Clin Exp Rheumatol 2019 - Review. PMID 31621560 Free PMC article.
Synovitis increases the risk of OA onset and progression and involves the recruitment of monocytes, lymphocytes, and other leukocytes. ...
Synovitis increases the risk of OA onset and progression and involves the recruitment of monocytes, lymphocytes, and other leukocytes
15 years of the histopathological synovitis score, further development and review: A diagnostic score for rheumatology and orthopaedics.
Krenn V, et al. Pathol Res Pract 2017 - Review. PMID 28687159
On the basis of this summation the condition is divided into low-grade synovitis and high-grade synovitis: A synovitis score of 1 to≤4 is called low-grade synovitis (arthrosis-associated/OA synovitis, posttraumatic synovitis, meniscopathy-associated synovitis and synovitis with haemochromatosis). ...This is particularly the case by incorporation into the joint pathology algorithm. To specify the synovitis score an immunohistochemical determination of various inflammation-relevant CD antigens is proposed to enable a risk stratification of high-grade synovitis (e.g.: progression risk and sensitivity for biologicals)....
On the basis of this summation the condition is divided into low-grade synovitis and high-grade synovitis: A synovitis
Grading of chronic synovitis--a histopathological grading system for molecular and diagnostic pathology.
Krenn V, et al. Pathol Res Pract 2002. PMID 12092767
In experimental pathology, it could provide standardized information on molecular synovial tissue analyses where a correlation of molecular with morphological data is essential. In diagnostic pathology, this synovitis score (in combination with other typing systems) could provide basic and standardized information concerning the degree of inflammatory alterations in synovial tissue....
In experimental pathology, it could provide standardized information on molecular synovial tissue analyses where a correlation of mol …
Synovitis score: discrimination between chronic low-grade and high-grade synovitis.
Krenn V, et al. Histopathology 2006. PMID 16978198
The sum provided the synovitis score, which was interpreted as follows: 0-1, no synovitis; 2-4, low-grade synovitis; 5-9, high-grade synovitis. ...A high-grade synovitis was strongly associated with rheumatic joint diseases (P<0.001, sensitivity 61.7%, specificity 96.1%). ...
The sum provided the synovitis score, which was interpreted as follows: 0-1, no synovitis; 2-4, low-grade synovitis; 5- …
Classifying glenohumeral synovitis: a novel intraoperative scoring system.
Davis DE, et al. J Shoulder Elbow Surg 2017. PMID 28747275
BACKGROUND: Synovitis of the shoulder is a common entity that is poorly described. This study aims to create a simple and reliable classification system for glenohumeral synovitis, which would benefit further research related to synovitis and outcomes. ...The observers responded with their years in practice, fellowship type, whether synovitis affects outcomes, and whether synovitis affects plans. ...
BACKGROUND: Synovitis of the shoulder is a common entity that is poorly described. This study aims to create a simple and reliable cl …
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