Knee bone marrow lesions may be hereditarybone marrow lesions in the knee, a cause of pain in patients with knee osteoarthritis may be hereditary. A study published today in the journal Arthritis Research & Therapy shows that. Significant genetic component to the incidence and severity of bone marrow lesions in the tibia and femur The study also shows that bone marrow lesions are more common in men and increases with age and weight.
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Guangju Zhai from St Thomas’ Hospital, UK and colleagues from institutions in Australia studied 115 siblings from 48 families with a history of osteoarthritis. Zhai et al. Used magnetic resonance imaging for bone marrow lesions in the subjects assessed. Or the extent to which they are hereditary – for bone marrow lesions in lateral and medial tibia and femur The authors then calculated the heritability.
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