Explanations of Figures and Case Reports with Individual Therapeutic Options
All figures clearly present the clinical, radiological and morphological findings detected during everyday rheumatology practice. In accordance with their approximation to the morphological substrate of a condition or disease, they have been categorized into three divergent and loosely delimited groups A. Condition-specific syndromes, when the depicted stable combination of the assembled symptoms represents a morphological substrate or morphological diagnosis of a condition; subsequently causal investigation should ensue. B.Non-disease-specific syndromes, when the figures can be assigned to more individual conditions and diseases. C.Disease-specific syndromes, when pathognomonic (Greek “indicative of a disease”) symptoms or the relevant diagnostic criteria of a certain disease can be identified.
KeywordsLaser Therapy Clinical Syndrome Organ Involvement Sacroiliac Joint Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis
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