H. Reißhauer

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The diagnosis of spondyloarthropathy is based on radiography of the sacroiliac joints, beside the patient's history and clinical examination. In cases where the clinical examination and radiography yield discrepant findings, contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a sensitive modality for the diagnosis of early sacroiliitis. Knowledge of the(More)
OBJECTIVE Sacroiliitis is a hallmark of the spondyloarthropathies (SpA). The degree of inflammation can be quantified by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The aim of this study was to further elucidate the pathogenesis of SpA by quantitative cellular analysis of immunostained sacroiliac biopsy specimens and to compare these findings with the degree of(More)
We report on a female patient who received a polychemotherapy because of an extensive pemphigus vulgaris. Under this therapy, the general condition of the patient worsened. Noncharacteristic symptoms, such as dyspnoea and tachycardia occurred. In spite of comprehensive, also invasive diagnostics, pulmonary foci demonstrable by X-ray morphology and computer(More)
Neben Anamnese und klinischer Untersuchung bildet das Röntgenbild der Sakroiliakalgelenke (SIG) die Basis für die Diagnosestellung einer Spondyloarthritis. Bei klinisch-radiologischer Befunddiskrepanz hat sich für die frühe Diagnostik einer Sakroiliitis die kontrastmittelgestützte Magnetresonanztomographie als sensitives Verfahren bewährt. Die Kenntnis der(More)
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