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Figure 3: Images of a 30-year-old male with sacroiliitis. (a) The tilted “radiograph-like” image synthesized using bone magnetic resonance imaging provides an overview of the sacroiliac joints. Partial sacralization of L5 is clearly demonstrated (arrow). Osseous aspects of the sacroiliac joints and erosions are well depicted on the “CT-like” bone magnetic resonance imaging image (b). Comparing with the computed tomography image (c)

Figure 3: Images of a 30-year-old male with sacroiliitis. (a) The tilted “radiograph-like” image synthesized using bone magnetic resonance imaging provides an overview of the sacroiliac joints. Partial sacralization of L5 is clearly demonstrated (arrow). Osseous aspects of the sacroiliac joints and erosions are well depicted on the “CT-like” bone magnetic resonance imaging image (b). Comparing with the computed tomography image (c)