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Nine cases from among 64 patients with ankylosing spondylitis (AS) are described. In addition to bilateral sacroiliitis these cases had a peculiar type of spondylodiscitis characterised by quite diffuse and marked sclerosis of multiple vertebral bodies, with only minimal erosions of the adjacent vertebral plates while classical syndesmophytosis was absent.(More)
In a placebo-controlled double-blind trial analgesic effectiveness and tolerability of alpha-methyl-4-(2-thienyl-carbonyl)phenylacetic acid (suprofen, Suprol) 300 mg suppositories were evaluated for 45 informed patients suffering from chronic pain due to osteoarthritis; the subjects were treated rectally, t.i.d., for 10 days. Suprofen proved to be(More)