Study: MRI useful in evaluation of patients with PsA

08:15 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | Healio

According to a recently published study, MRI can be useful in the evaluation of patients with psoriatic arthritis.“MRI is useful in evaluating patients with active [psoriatic arthritis] PsA, particularly when suspecting inflammation and radiographic findings are unhelpful,” Hernán Maldonado-Ficco, MD, from University of Toronto, and colleagues wrote. “In some cases, it can be used as an adjunct to clinical examination in determining treatment change.”

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