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Ankylosing spondylitis with predominant involvement of the cervical spine in a woman with Behçet's syndrome.
  1. I Olivieri,
  2. G Gemignani,
  3. F Busoni,
  4. F Pecori,
  5. E Camerini,
  6. D Trippi,
  7. G Pasero
  1. Rheumatic Disease Unit, University of Pisa, Italy.


    The case of a 45 year old woman affected by both Behçet's syndrome (BS) and ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is reported. Cervical spine involvement was observed long before the appearance of the sacroiliac and lumbar changes.

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