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Healthy runners, along with arthritic patients, show inflammation in sacroiliac MRI

11:53 EST 8 Nov 2017 | TriMed Media Group

Axial spondyloarthropathy (axSpA), a chronic form of arthritis in the lower back, often causes inflammation in one’s sacroiliac joints, which connects the sacrum to the pelvis. But a retroactive study of MRI showed inflammation also can be seen in healthy individuals and not only those affected by axSpA, demonstrating the importance of other diagnostic measures.

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