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Neurofibrosarcoma following radiotherapy for ankylosing spondylitis.
  1. S J Bentley,
  2. P Davis,
  3. M I Jayson

    Abstract

    Twenty-six years after radiotherapy to the spine for ankylosing spondylitis a patient developed a neurofibrosarcoma initially around the left sacroiliac joint. It is likely that this was a long-term complication of the radiotherapy.

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