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Figure 1 (A and B): Normal anatomy of the sacroiliac joint in a 26 year old male. (A) Oblique coronal STIR MRI images show smooth and parallel margins of the cartilaginous lower ventral portion of the joint (arrows). (B) Oblique coronal STIR MRI images in more posterior aspect show irregular edges of the fibrous or ligamentous upper dorsal portion of the joint (arrows). Distinction between compartments of sacroiliac joints is possible on MRI images

Figure 1 (A and B): Normal anatomy of the sacroiliac joint in a 26 year old male. (A) Oblique coronal STIR MRI images show smooth and parallel margins of the cartilaginous lower ventral portion of the joint (arrows). (B) Oblique coronal STIR MRI images in more posterior aspect show irregular edges of the fibrous or ligamentous upper dorsal portion of the joint (arrows). Distinction between compartments of sacroiliac joints is possible on MRI images