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Figure 17 (A-D): DISH. (A) Oblique coronal CT scan through sacroiliac joint shows bridging osteophytes in the superior aspect of joint (white arrows), asymmetrical intra-articular fusion of right sacroiliac joint (long black arrow), and flowing anterior osteophytes (short black arrow). (B) T1W coronal MR images show bridging osteophytes in the superior aspect on the right side (white arrow). (C) Corresponding coronal STIR image shows smooth articular surfaces of bilateral sacroiliac joint without erosions (white arrows) and (D) T2W sagittal image through lumbosacral spine shows flowing ossification in the anterior aspect of the vertebral body (white arrow head)

Figure 17 (A-D): DISH. (A) Oblique coronal CT scan through sacroiliac joint shows bridging osteophytes in the superior aspect of joint (white arrows), asymmetrical intra-articular fusion of right sacroiliac joint (long black arrow), and flowing anterior osteophytes (short black arrow). (B) T1W coronal MR images show bridging osteophytes in the superior aspect on the right side (white arrow). (C) Corresponding coronal STIR image shows smooth articular surfaces of bilateral sacroiliac joint without erosions (white arrows) and (D) T2W sagittal image through lumbosacral spine shows flowing ossification in the anterior aspect of the vertebral body (white arrow head)