The Prevalence of Baker's Cysts in Patients with Gouty Arthritis: An Ultrasonographic Study

貢獻的翻譯標題: 貝克氏囊腫在痛風性關節炎中的盛行率:一超音波研究

Kai-Len Tsai, Chi-Ching Chang, Chi-Sheng Chiou, Hsian-Cheng Chen, Chen-Hung Chen, Tsung-Yun Hou, Yu-Sheng Chang

研究成果: 雜誌貢獻文章

摘要

目的:研究貝克氏囊腫在痛風病人中的盛行率。方法︰回溯分析103位痛風性關節炎病患的臨床症狀與骨骼肌肉超音波發現,所有病患皆抽取關節液分析確認有尿酸結晶,並針對關節積液、滑膜炎、雙輪廓徵象(double-contour sign)、肌腱病變、痛風石與貝克氏囊腫的關係進行了分析,並且取150位退化性關節炎患者為對照組。結果︰經由超音波發現103位痛風病患其中有28位具有貝克氏囊腫(27.1%),而這當中僅10位(35.7%)是經由臨床診斷發現。其他超音波發現96.1%病患具有關節積液,其次為滑膜炎96.1%、雙輪廓徵象32.0%、肌腱病變4.9%、痛風石7.8%。統計上貝克氏囊腫與滑膜炎最具相關性(p<0.05);其他現象關節積液、滑膜炎、雙輪廓徵象(double-contour sign)、肌腱病變、痛風石則未達統計上的差異。此外有這28位貝克氏囊腫的病患中,有2例發現貝克氏囊腫破裂。結論︰在痛風關節炎病患中,貝克氏囊腫是相當常見的且很容易被臨床所低估。在針對貝克氏囊腫相關併發症以及治療,骨骼肌肉超音波對於臨床醫師是相當實用的。
原文英語
頁(從 - 到)70-77
頁數8
期刊Formosan Journal of Rheumatology
26
發行號1&2
出版狀態已發佈 - 2012

指紋

Popliteal Cyst
Gouty Arthritis
Tendinopathy
Synovitis
Knee
Joints
Gout
Knee Osteoarthritis
Cysts
Morbidity
Control Groups

Keywords

  • 貝克氏囊腫
  • 骨骼肌肉超音波
  • 痛風性關節炎

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The Prevalence of Baker's Cysts in Patients with Gouty Arthritis: An Ultrasonographic Study. / Tsai, Kai-Len; Chang, Chi-Ching; Chiou, Chi-Sheng; Chen, Hsian-Cheng; Chen, Chen-Hung; Hou, Tsung-Yun; Chang, Yu-Sheng.

於: Formosan Journal of Rheumatology, 卷 26, 編號 1&2, 2012, p. 70-77.

研究成果: 雜誌貢獻文章

Tsai, Kai-Len ; Chang, Chi-Ching ; Chiou, Chi-Sheng ; Chen, Hsian-Cheng ; Chen, Chen-Hung ; Hou, Tsung-Yun ; Chang, Yu-Sheng. / The Prevalence of Baker's Cysts in Patients with Gouty Arthritis: An Ultrasonographic Study. 於: Formosan Journal of Rheumatology. 2012 ; 卷 26, 編號 1&2. 頁 70-77.
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