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Valoración de la RM en el diagnóstico de la Sacroileitis.

  title={Valoraci{\'o}n de la RM en el diagn{\'o}stico de la Sacroileitis.},
  author={Francisca Cegarra-Navarro and Maria Victoria Redondo Carazo and G. Alvarado and L. Alonso and C. Navarro and Carmen Zevallos Maldonado},
Poster: "SERAM 2014 / S-1367 / Valoracion de la RM en el diagnostico de la Sacroileitis." by: "F. Cegarra-Navarro, M. V. Redondo Carazo, G. A. Gonzalez Alvarado, L. A. Sanchez Alonso, C. M. Aleman Navarro, C. Zevallos Maldonado; Murcia/ES" 


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