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sacroiliac

[¦sa·krō¦il·ē‚ak]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the sacrum and the ilium.
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There is a close correlation between the serum ASO titer and sacroiliac joint involvement in PSReA.
Magnetic resonance imaging of the sacroiliac joint showed bone marrow edema of the iliac bone and sacroiliac joint and gadolinium enhancement with hyperintense areas that may be associated with sacroiliitis (Figure 1).
The most accepted hypothesis is the extra mechanical loading of the sacroiliac joints leading to sclerosis during the pregnancy.
An X-ray showing the special coated screws in a new operation known as a Sacroiliac Joint Stabilisation
Operative stabilization of fracture dislocations of the sacroiliac joint.
We got the horse treated yesterday by Mark Swale (vet) and he had treatment on his sacroiliac joint,'' said Nolan.
A variety of pain referral patterns have been linked to sacroiliac joint dysfunction: buttock pain; lumbar pain; groin pain; lower extremity pain; distal knee pain; and foot pain [37].
A major reason for the delay is the requirement for radiographic sacroiliitis to be present, and the intrinsic delay for such changes to occur in the sacroiliac joints.
CT examination of the abdomen and pelvis (with oral and IV contrast) demonstrated a large, complex, multiloculated fluid collection involving the left gluteal musculature, left illiacus muscle, left obturator internus muscle, left iliopsoas muscle, and the left iliopsoas bursae (Figures 2A, C and D) In addition, bone windows demonstrated erosive changes in the left sacroiliac joint (Figure 2B).
There's a sacroiliac joint in your back and mine was in the wrong position.
This third MRI demonstrated high signal within the sacroiliac joint with marrow oedema in the ilium and sacrum on the right side (Figure 2).