High kellgren-lawrence grade and bone marrow lesions predict worsening rates of radiographic joint space narrowing the SEKOIA study

Mark H. Edwards, Camille Parsons, Olivier Bruyère, Forence Petit Dop, R. Chapurlat, Frank W. Roemer, Ali Guermazi, Souhil Zaim, Harry Genant, Jean Yves Reginster, Elaine M. Dennison, Cyrus Cooper, C. Christiansen, P. Delmas, N. Bellamy, C. Speirs, G. Bréart, O. Meyer, D. Gensburger, M. ArlotJ. P. Roux, R. Chapurlat, R. Deroisy, J. Y. Reginster, P. Sambrook, F. B. Leeb, A. Verbruggen, W. Bensen, T. Hala, M. Holm-Bentzen, I. Valter, X. Chevalier, B. Swoboda, S. Adami, M. Kloppenburg, E. Grazuleviciute, J. Badurski, J. Branco, E. Nasonov, F. Navarro, T. Spector, L. Barnsley, S. Hall, G. Jones, A. Klestov, L. March, P. Nash, E. Romas, R. Will, L. Erlacher, SEKOIA Study Group

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