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Ultrasound Can Guide Accurate Gout Diagnosis

November 16, 2016
Musculoskeletal ultrasound may be a less invasive, less painful option for the diagnosis of gout.
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The study was supported by the American College of Rheumatology, European League against Rheumatism, Arthritis New Zealand, Association Rhumatisme et Travail, and Asociación de Reumatólogos del Hospital de Cruces. Lead author Dr. Ogdie is supported by NIH K23AR063764. Study coauthor Nicola Dalbeth, MD FRACP, is supported by the Health Research Council of New Zealand. Study coauthor Tuhina Neogi is supported by NIH P60 AR47785 and R01 AR062506. Study coauthor William Taylor PhD FRACP is supported by Arthritis New Zealand. Jasvinder Singh is supported by NIAMS, NIA, NCI, and AHRQ CERTs. Please see the original study for full information on the authors’ relevant conflict of interest statements here.

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