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Table 6 Location of forefoot pathology in the RA participants(n (%)) at baseline and twelve months.

From: Forefoot pathology in rheumatoid arthritis identified with ultrasound may not localise to areas of highest pressure: cohort observations at baseline and twelve months

Pathology Lateral
dominance
Medial
dominance
Equally distributed No pathology
Baseline
SynHy Left 37 (33%) 19 (17%) 15 (13%) 43 (38%)
  Right 31 (27%) 25 (22%) 10 (9%) 48 (42%)
Erosion Left 94 (83%) 1 (1%) 6 (5%) 11 (10%)
  Right 88 (77%) 2 (2%) 6 (5%) 18 (16%)
BurHy Left 58 (51%) 18 (16%) 20 (18%) 18 (16%)
  Right 56 (49%) 13 (11%) 27 (24%) 18 (16%)
Twelve Months
SynHy Left 15 (13%) 34 (30%) 7 (6%) 58 (51%)
  Right 19 (17%) 26 (23%) 14 (12%) 55 (48%)
Erosion Left 96 (84%) 1 (1%) 11 (10%) 5 (4%)
  Right 89 (78%) 1 (1%) 14 (12%) 10 (9%)
BurHy Left 61 (54%) 7(6%) 32 (28%) 14 (12%)
  Right 63 (55%) 14 (12%) 22 (19%) 15 (13%)
  1. Legend: SynHy: MTP joint synovial hypertrophy; BurHy: Forefoot bursal hypertrophy.