Mast cells in synovial tissue may explain why women report worse osteoarthritis pain than men


Investigators at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) have discovered that at the time of total knee replacement, women have significantly increased levels of immune cells called mast cells in synovial tissue surrounding the knee joint than men.

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