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SERAM 2014 / S-0258
Signos radiológicos de actividad inflamatoria en la Espondilitis Anquilopoyética: hallazgos por RM en raquis y sacroilíacas.
Congress: SERAM 2014
Poster No.: S-0258
Type: Presentación Electrónica Educativa
Keywords: Músculoesquelético columna vertebral, Sistema músculo esquelético, RM, Secuencias de imagen, Oedema, Inflamación
Authors: I. Elía Martínez1, J. I. CERVERA MIGUEL1, P. Nogués Meléndez1, S. Muñoz Gil1, Y. Pallardó Calatayud2; 1Manises/ES, 2Valencia/ES


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