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Findings Do Not Support Steroid Injections for Knee Osteoarthritis

    Corticosteroid injections may result in significantly greater cartilage volume loss and no significant difference in knee pain compared to placebo.
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      Among patients with knee osteoarthritis, an injection of a corticosteroid every three months over two years resulted in significantly greater cartilage volume loss and no significant difference in knee pain compared to patients who received a placebo injection, according to a new study.

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