spondylarthritis


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Related to spondylarthritis: Spondyloarthritis, Ankylosing spondylarthritis

spondylarthritis

 [spon″dil-ahr-thri´tis]
arthritis of the spine.

spon·dy·lar·thri·tis

(spon'di-lar-thrī'tis),
Inflammation of the intervertebral articulations.
[spondyl- + G. arthron, joint, + -itis, inflammation]

spondylarthritis

(spŏn′dl-är-thrī′tĭs) or

spondyloarthritis

(spŏn′dl-ō-)
n.
Inflammation of the joints of the spine.

spon·dyl·ar·thri·tis

(spon'dil-ahr-thrī'tis)
Inflammation of the intervertebral articulations.
[G. spondylos, vertebrae + G. arthron, joint, + -itis, inflammation]

spon·dyl·ar·thri·tis

(spon'dil-ahr-thrī'tis)
Inflammation of intervertebral articulations.
[G. spondylos, vertebrae + G. arthron, joint, + -itis, inflammation]
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Short-term effect of IL-6 inhibition in spondylarthritis. Joint Bone Spine.
Two HLA-B27 alleles differently associated with spondylarthritis, B*2709 and B*2705, display similar intracellular trafficking and oligomer formation.
The patients met the European Spondyloarthropathy Study Group criteria for spondylarthritis, had sacroiliitis on MRI or x-ray, and had a BASDAI (Bath AS Disease Activity Index) greater than 30 despite treatment with an NSAID.
Spondylarthritis (SpA) represents a group of arthritidies that share clinical features such as inflammatory back pain and inflammation at sites where tendons attach to bone.
Layh-Schmitt, "From HLA-B27 to spondylarthritis: a journey through the ER," Immunological Reviews, vol.
The spondylarthritis (SpA) is a group of interconnected inflammatory arthritides that share multiple clinical features and common genetic factors [1].
Anatomic structures involved in early- and latestage sacroiliitis in spondylarthritis: a detailed analysis by contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging.
Balci et al., "High prevalence of spondylarthritis and ankylosing spondylitis among familial Mediterranean fever patients and their first-degree relatives: further evidence for the connection," Arthritis Research and Therapy, vol.
Late onset undifferentiated spondylarthritis presenting with polymyalgia rheumatica feautures: description of seven cases.