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Sacroiliac joint involvement is not specific to seronegative spondyloarthropathies (SpA). There are some rare reports of conditions which mimic sacroiliitis. This paper reports a case of follicular thyroid carcinoma in a patient who had been referred to a rheumatology clinic with hip pain. Sacroiliac joint involvement was her presenting feature before she was correctly diagnosed. The patient was a female, 63 years of age, who referred to a rheumatologist because of unilateral hip pain.doi:10.22631/rr.2017.69997.1018 fatcat:ezhr42xil5bbrjknjbuibtbm4i