I do not remember any spine trauma. I do have morning stiffness of greater than one hour with will become better with movement. I have this issue for the past seven years. My HLA-B27 is positive. Am I suffering from inflammatory spondyloarthropathy or ankylosing spondylitis? I have attached my reports. My previous history includes bilateral linear edema of SI joint. I am currently on Celebrex 200 mg a day.
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What could be the cause of the minimal edema on the SI joints? Did you see anything in the MRI that would result in the moderate chronic LBP I have?
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