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Pelvic and extrapelvic osteopathy in rheumatoid spondylitis, a clinical and roentgenographic study of ninety cases.

  title={Pelvic and extrapelvic osteopathy in rheumatoid spondylitis, a clinical and roentgenographic study of ninety cases.},
  author={Gu Cm and Jacobs Hg},
  journal={The American journal of roentgenology and radium therapy},
  • Gu Cm, Jacobs Hg
  • Published 1 May 1951
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of roentgenology and radium therapy
11 Citations
Assessment of shoulder involvement and disability in patients with ankylosing spondylitis
Disease duration was found to be the most significant factor in shoulder involvement and shoulder disability in ankylosing spondylitis and a significant relationship was found between all SPADI scores and ASQoL.
Destruktive Veränderungen an Wirbelkörpern bei der Spondylarthritis ankylopoetica
  • K. Schulitz
  • Medicine
    Archiv für orthopädische und Unfall-Chirurgie, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Frakturenlehre und der orthopädisch-chirurgischen Technik
  • 2004
The authors point out the polymorphism of this disease and discuss its interpretation, and report on their observations in 6% of 371 ankylosing sponylitis with destructive spondylitis.
Disco-vertebral destructive lesions (So-called Andersson Lesions) associated with ankylosing spondylitis
It is suggested that the term ‘Andersson lesion’ should be used to include all disco-vertebral destructive lesions related to ankylosing spondylitis—be they of inflammatory or non-inflammatory pathogenesis —as the better known term � ‘Romanus lesions’ includes all types of circumscribed marginal destructive lesions of vertebral bodies without involvement of the disc in ankyLosing sponylitis.
High prevalence of symptomatic enthesopathy of the shoulder in ankylosing spondylitis: deltoid origin involvement constitutes a hallmark of disease.
Shoulder lesions in AS are common and characterized clinically by rotator cuff tendinitis and on MRI by intense bone edema localized to the supraspinatus/greater tuberosity and deltoid/acromial entheses.
Andersson lesion: spondylitis erosiva in adolescents. Two cases and review of the literature
Two patients with seronegative enthesopathy and arthropathy (SEA) syndrome and Andersson lesions are presented and MRI seems to be the best method for early diagnosis.
Inflammatory Joint Diseases
As well as degenerative changes in the joint (see Chap. 12), those involving inflammation, i.e. the various forms of arthritis, present the most frequently found causes of joint damage. In this case
Destructive vertebral lesions in ankylosing spondylitis.
Destructive lesions of the vertebrae in ankylosing spondylitis have been described over the years and are important in both the early diagnosis and follow-up of these cases.
Spondylitis Ankylopoetica. Die sogenannte Bechterewsche Krankheit und ihre Differentialdiagnose (einschließlich Spondylosis hyperostotica, Spondylitis psoriatica und chronisches Reiter-Syndrom)
Die folgende Darstellung der Spondylitis ankylopoetica (Sp. a.) grundet auf der Literatur und wurde anhand der eigenen Erfahrung herausgearbeitet.
Destructive lesions of vertebral bodies in ankylosing spondylitis.
The first report of such lesions is attributable to Andersson (1937), who described sclerosis and destruction around the disc margins in lumbar and thoracic vertebrae in radiographs of two patients, yet this clinical sequence is in some respects exemplary, yet it receives little emphasis in subsequent reports.
A comparative roentgenologic study of rheumatoid arthritis and rheumatoid (ankylosing) spondylitis.
Among the features showing the greatest differences were the frequency and degree of involvement of individual joints, sacroiliac damage, abnormalities of apophyseal joints, paravertebral calcification, abnormalities in the shape of vertebral bodies, and pelvic periostitis and osteitis.