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Joint aspiration, otherwise called arthrocentesis, is done to drain intra-articular and intramuscular fluid collected in the joints or its surrounding structures. A needle is used to drain this fluid after inserting it into the joint. When an image obtained from an ultrasound or CT scan is used to guide the needle into the joint, it is called image-guided joint aspiration. This procedure is minimally invasive and offers essential diagnostic or therapeutic information. It is done in cases of joint effusion or signs of joint inflammation.
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