Hyaluronate with and without corticosteroid injection for knee OA treatment
The safety and efficacy of intraarticular hyaluronan with/without corticosteroid in knee osteoarthritis: 1-year, single-blind, randomized studyRheumatol Int. 2006 Feb;26(4):314-9
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47 patients with knee osteoarthritis were randomized to one of two injection therapy groups; one group received two courses of three weekly sodium hyaluronate injections, with the addition of a corticosteroid injection at the beginning of each course, while the second group was treated with the two course of sodium hyaluronate injections alone. Patients were assessed using the Western Ontario and ...
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