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Journal: Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (IAJPS) (Vol.04, No. 09)

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Page : 2745-2747

Keywords : MRI; osteoarthritis; review article;

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Introduction: Osteoarthritis is the most common disease that affects human joints. This disease is one of the major causes of joint pain and also the most important cause of rheumatoid disability. Despite its high prevalence, the definition of illness is less consensual among scholars. However, what all definitions have in common is that osteoarthritis involves several scaling disorders that may have several etiologies, but have similar biological and clinical outcomes. Findings:Since osteoarthritis affects all individual components of the joints, and given that MRI has the power to show all the components of the joint, consequently, MRI has become quite common in the attempt to detect this bone disorder. This feature helps to discover the connection between building components and pain, as well as the source of pain. A precise and accurate scoring system was considered necessary to assess the accuracy of arthroplasty and the severity of osteoarthritis though MRI findings. Discussion and conclusion:The majority of studies conducted in this area have used MRI techniques as a modern and complete method for evaluation. MRI imaging technique is quite effective in examining cartilage damage in patients with osteoarthritis. Key words: MRI , osteoarthritis , review article

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