Sixteen outpatients with rheumatoid arthritis took part in a placebo controlled double-blind crossover study. In addition to conventional measurements, a radioactive index was measured using a gamma camera that indicated a radioactive count over the measured joints and a comparable area of normal adjacent bone. This index showed poor correlation with other conventional measurements of change in the clinical trial.
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