ACR 2017

Des nouveaux travaux ont été présentés lors du congrès du collège américain (ACR) de rhumatologie qui s’est déroulé du 3 au 8 novembre 2017 à San Diego (Etats-Unis) :

▫ Inflammation on MRI of Spine and Sacroiliac Joints Is Highly Predictive of Structural Damage in Axial Spondyloarthrisis: The 5 Years Data of the DESIR Cohort. Alexandre Sepriano

Which Imaging Outcomes for AxSpA Are Most Sensitive to Change? a 5-Year Analysis of the DESIR Cohort : Alexandre Sepriano

Progression of Structural Damage on MRI in Patients with Axial Spondyloarthritis Is Limited: The 5 –Year Results in the DESIR Cohort : Alexandre Sepriano

Evaluation of the Adherence to Recommendations for Tnfα Blockers Use and Its Impact over 5 Years of Follow-up in Early Axial Spondyloarthritis. Data from the DESIR Cohort : Clementina López-Medina

Integrated Longitudinal Analysis Increases Precision and Reduces Bias: A Comparative 5-Year Analysis in the DESIR Cohort : Alexandre Sepriano

Detection of Structural Lesions on T1 Weighted MRI Versus Radiography of the Sacroiliac Joints in Early Axial Spa: 2-Year Data Walter : P. Maksymowych

Inflammatory Lesions of the Sacroiliac Joints, but Not of the Spine, Are of High Utility for Recent Onset Axial Spondyloarthritis Recognition : Anna Molto

Erosions at the Sacroiliac Joints and Fatty Lesions at the Spine Are the Most Discriminant Lesions for Recent Onset Axial Spondyloarthritis Recognition : Anna Molto

Sustained Remission of Inflammation Is Associated with Reduced Structural Damage on SI Joint MRI in Patients with Early Axial Spa: Evidence to Support the Concept of Treat-to-Target Walter : P. Maksymowych

X-Ray Spine Lesions Are Rare and Not Discriminant for Axial Spondyloarthritis Recognition in Patients with Recent Onset Chronic Back Pain : Anna Molto

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