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Early detection of spondyloarthropathy in patients with psoriasis by using the ultrasonography and magnetic resonance image To assess the validity of ultrasound (US) in the early detection of arthritis and enthesitis, with assessment of the validity of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the early detection of sacroiliitis and spondylitis in patients with psoriasis and to compare the findings of clinical examination and conventional radiography.The study included 50 patients with psoriasis
Incidence of Spondyloarthropathy in Patients with Crohn`s Disease: A Population-based Study Spondyloarthritis (SpA) is an extraintestinal manifestation of inflammatory bowel disease with significant clinical effects, although the frequency is uncertain. We assessed the cumulative incidence and clinical spectrum of SpA in patients with Crohn's disease (CD) in a population-based cohort.The medical records of a population-based cohort of Olmsted County, Minnesota, residents diagnosed with CD
Validity of enthesis ultrasound assessment in spondyloarthropathy To develop an ultrasound enthesis score and to assess its validity in the diagnostic classification of the spondyloarthropathies (SpAs).Twenty-five patients with SpA and 29 healthy controls participated in a blinded, gender-matched, cross-sectional study involving ultrasound assessment. The following entheses were explored bilaterally: proximal plantar fascia, distal Achilles tendon, distal and proximal patellar ligament, distal
Update on spondyloarthropathies. Spondyloarthropathies are a cluster of interrelated and overlapping chronic inflammatory rheumatic diseases that primarily include ankylosing spondylitis, reactive arthritis, and the arthritis associated with psoriasis and inflammatory bowel diseases. The primary pathologic sites are the entheses (the sites of bony insertion of ligaments and tendons); the axial skeleton, including the sacroiliac joints; the limb joints; and some nonarticular structures (...) , such as the gut, skin, eye, and aortic valve. Although spondyloarthropathies are not associated with rheumatoid factor, they show a strong association with HLA-B27; however, this association varies markedly among various spondyloarthropathies and among ethnic groups. The most widely used classification criterion, from the European Spondyloarthropathy Study Group, encompasses the currently recognized wider disease spectrum, with a sensitivity and specificity that generally exceed 85%. Spondyloarthropathies