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dc.contributor.advisorLondoño Patiño, John Darío
dc.contributor.advisorJaimes Fernández, Diego Alejandro
dc.contributor.advisorCalvo Páramo, Enrique
dc.contributor.authorSegura Charry, Juan Sebastián
dc.contributor.authorEscobar Trujillo, Alejandro
dc.contributor.authorValle-Oñate, Rafael, dir.
dc.date.accessioned2014-03-11T16:43:35Z
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dc.date.issued2014-03-11
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dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10818/9806
dc.description.abstractLa realización del “REI” tiene una importancia en el aspecto diagnóstico, dado que el enfoque diagnóstico actual de las EAs, busca la obtención del diagnóstico temprano, en una fase pre-radiográfica como ha sido determinado en los lineamientos del grupo ASAS (Assessment of SpondyloArthritis international Society), donde se han creado varias técnicas a lo largo del tiempo buscando un diagnóstico precoz de las EAs. Aun no se tiene la estrategia ideal, dado que no en todas las partes del mundo se logra el acceso fácil, no hay suficientes expertos en la lectura e interpretación de los estudios, y el costo de su realización limita la posibilidad de su realización. En regiones del tercer mundo como nuestro país, la radiografia convencional de pelvis continúa siendo la piedra angular en el estudio de pacientes con sospecha de Espondiloartritis, teniendo como parámetros a interpretar las articulaciones sacroilíacas y la Columna lumbar, sin embargo su sensibilidad es muy baja para enfermedades tempranas. Con el REI, buscamos tener una herramienta diagnóstica en apoyo a la lectura de las articulaciones sacroiliacas, que nos permita dar una orientación diagnostica precisa, sobre todo en casos donde los hallazgos imagenológicos no completen los criterios para realizar un diagnóstico preciso.​ Nota: Para consultar la carta de autorización de publicación de este documento por favor copie y pegue el siguiente enlace en su navegador de internet: http://hdl.handle.net/10818/9807es_CO
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dc.titleUtilidad del “Índice Radiográfico de Entesis” (REI) como herramienta diagnostica en las Espondiloartritises_CO


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