musculoskeletal ultrasound (MSUS) Archives | Rheumatoid Arthritis Warrior

Could Ultrasound Prevent Rheumatology Patients from Receiving Disease Treatments?

This is the 10th in a series on musculoskeletal ultrasound use in people living with Rheumatoid Disease (PRD). This is a critical topic for PRD that could have enormous impact on clinical care – positively or negatively – in light of results from two recent studies. Musculoskeletal ultrasound can help “see” invisible disease activity Musculoskeletal ultrasound (MSUS)...Continue reading      12 Comments » Read more

Professionals Call for Ultrasound Use in Rheumatoid Arthritis

Superior for disease activity assessment, but user-dependent Recently in Rheumatoid Arthritis Ultrasound News, we looked at reasons musculoskeletal ultrasound matters to people with Rheumatoid Disease (PRD), and stories from patients who weren’t treated because doctors didn’t see swelling or inflammation. We heard what a doctor said recently at EULAR: “You can see raging inflammation in joints...Continue reading      11 Comments » Read more

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Training Is Essential

In the several articles on RAW about using musculoskeletal ultrasound in Rheumatoid Arthritis I’ve stipulated “with training” for good reason. Let’s look closer at the need for training in ultrasound use for rheumatology patients. Please see the recent post Rheumatoid Arthritis Ultrasound News describing the significant role musculoskeletal ultrasound can play for people with Rheumatoid...Continue reading      11 Comments » Read more

Rheumatoid Arthritis Ultrasound News

RAW has 6 posts on musculoskeletal ultrasound over the past 4 years. There have been a flurry of publications on the topic since the last one, Ultrasound for Seeing Invisible Inflammation in Rheumatoid Patients, in December. There’s a lot to talk about, so today will be the first of a series. If you haven’t, this...Continue reading      20 Comments » Read more

Ultrasound for Seeing Invisible Inflammation in Rheumatoid Patients

I was a bit surprised at the tremendous response to my last post on trying to take the gloves off to talk about some typical things experienced with Rheumatoid disease. Several important conversations arose on the comments page. I always say the comments on this site are another whole blog. I’m blessed with such compassionate...Continue reading      21 Comments » Read more
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