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Auto-immune spondylodiscitis associated with collagen induced arthritis in rats: high field MRI findings.

Abstract : The spinal involvement of the tail was studied in Wistar Furth rats immunized with bovine native type II collagen. Focal caudal autoimmune spondylodiscitis occurred 5 weeks after sensitization, as assessed histopathologically. High field Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) was useful in depicting these caudal abnormalities that were related to juxta-diskal enthesitis. The occurrence of such inflammatory enthesopathies could serve as an experimental approach for physiopathological and therapeutical studies of spondylarthropathies.
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P. Gillet, P. Fener, J Escanyé, P Walker, B Bannwarth, et al.. Auto-immune spondylodiscitis associated with collagen induced arthritis in rats: high field MRI findings.. Agents and actions. Supplements, 1991, pp.185-9. ⟨10.1007/978-3-0348-7405-2_25⟩. ⟨hal-01707360⟩

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