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Figure 5 (A and B): Asymmetrical sacroiliitis. (A) Coronal oblique CT scan in a 51 year old female with psoriasis shows bilateral diffuse reduction in joint spaces, blurring of articular cartilage on the right side (thin black arrow), multiple erosions in the left ilium (white arrow), and subchondral sclerosis on both iliac and sacral sides (thick black arrow). (B) Coronal oblique CT scan in another case shows multiple erosions in the left ilium (black arrow) with subchondral sclerosis (white arrow) and few erosions on the right iliac and sacral surfaces (black arrows)

Figure 5 (A and B): Asymmetrical sacroiliitis. (A) Coronal oblique CT scan in a 51 year old female with psoriasis shows bilateral diffuse reduction in joint spaces, blurring of articular cartilage on the right side (thin black arrow), multiple erosions in the left ilium (white arrow), and subchondral sclerosis on both iliac and sacral sides (thick black arrow). (B) Coronal oblique CT scan in another case shows multiple erosions in the left ilium (black arrow) with subchondral sclerosis (white arrow) and few erosions on the right iliac and sacral surfaces (black arrows)