Sacroiliitis (differential)

Last revised by Sonam Vadera on 17 Mar 2024

Sacroiliitis (rare plural: sacroiliitides), an inflammation of the sacroiliac joint, can be a manifestation of a wide range of disease processes. The pattern of involvement is helpful for narrowing down the differential diagnosis.

Usually bilateral and symmetrical 
Usually bilateral but asymmetrical 
Usually unilateral 

Differential diagnosis

The following conditions can mimic a sacroiliitis

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