IMAGING: MRI in healthy volunteers — important to do, and do correctly

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Abstract

A new study of ‘symptom-free’ volunteers reports a surprisingly high prevalence of MRI features usually associated with rheumatoid arthritis (particularly bone marrow oedema), but the interpretation of these findings highlights several methodological issues. MRI assessment of healthy joints is clearly essential but should be carried out in a stringent fashion.

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