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2022 Feb 18

Medicine (Baltimore)



Stenosing tenosynovitis with rice bodies formation diagnosed by ultrasound: A case report.


Ge L, Zhang L, Lu L
Medicine (Baltimore). 2022 Feb 18; 101(7):e28871.
PMID: 35363196.


Rice bodies are usually found in several nonspecific chronic inflammatory diseases that are symptomatically dominated by primary disease and local compression symptoms. Rice bodies are usually detected by magnetic resonance imaging; however, some remote areas and areas with poor economic conditions do not have access to magnetic resonance imaging examination, which leads to delayed diagnosis of the disease.