Today’s Tuesday Tip continues with Enthesitis and Romanus lesions in ankylosing spondylitis. The changes seen at the endplate corners in enthesitis are progressive.
- It starts with inflammation,
- then erosion
- and as the inflammation reduces that region is replaced by fatty infiltration
- and at the end stage, by sclerosis.
This post looks at the CT and X-ray appearance of Romanus Lesions. Thank you to Dr Joe Thomas Rheumatologist for his involvement with this post.
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