. .. Introduction,

. .. Epidémiologie,

. .. Etiopathogénie,

. .. Physiopathologie,

. .. Clinique,

. .. Imagerie,

. .. Radiographies,

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.. .. Autres-techniques-d'imagerie,

.. .. Evaluation-de-l'activité-de-la-maladie,

. .. Traitements,

. .. Mesures-non-pharmacologiques,

.. .. Traitements,

. .. Biomédicaments,

.. .. Intérêt-de-la-tep-dans-la-spondyloarthrite,

. .. Principe,

.. .. Principaux,

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F. La and .. .. En-rhumatologie,

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M. .. Patients,

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. , Comparison between 18 F-NaF PET/CT and clinical and biological parameters

F. Ct, radiographic versus non-radiographic SpA (table 2)

. .. Discussion,

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