Progression of cartilage damage and meniscal pathology over 30 months is associated with an increase in radiographic tibiofemoral joint space narrowing in persons with knee OA--the MOST study.

@article{Crema2014ProgressionOC,
  title={Progression of cartilage damage and meniscal pathology over 30 months is associated with an increase in radiographic tibiofemoral joint space narrowing in persons with knee OA--the MOST study.},
  author={Michel D Crema and M. C. Nevitt and Ali Guermazi and David T. Felson and Ke Wang and John A. Lynch and M{\^o}nica Dias Marra and James C. Torner and C E Lewis and Frank W Roemer},
  journal={Osteoarthritis and cartilage},
  year={2014},
  volume={22 10},
  pages={1743-7}
}
PURPOSE To determine the association of MRI-assessed worsening of tibiofemoral cartilage damage, meniscal damage, meniscal extrusion, separately and together, with progression of radiographic joint space narrowing (JSN). METHOD AND MATERIALS The Multicenter Osteoarthitis Study (MOST) Study is a cohort study of subjects with or at risk for knee… CONTINUE READING