[Ankylosing spondylitis in women: comparison of scintigraphic results with clinical and roentgenologic findings].


Since ankylosing spondylitis (S.a.) tends to be milder and less progressive in women than in men, there are great difficulties in diagnosing S.a. in female patients. The role of scintiscanning for investigation of S.a. in women is discussed by few examiners only, especially there are no investigations of quantitative sacroiliac scintigraphy in large groups… (More)


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