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Recommendations for the content and conduct of European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) musculoskeletal ultrasound courses
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    On the feasability of formal musculoskeletal ultrasonography training for rheumatologists

    Dear Sir,

    Over the past decade musculoskeletal ultrasound (MSU) has recognised a growing interest among rheumatologists. Cumulating evidence demonstrating the benefit of performing MSU for both patients and rheumatologists has further increased the interest in this imaging modality (1,2). However, although MSU is a fast expanding area in rheumatology, there is still not much information on crucial issues like training...

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