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Injury Prevalence (%) Lower border of C7 (n=26) Normal 65,5% Sclerosis, squaring, erosion 23% Syndesmophyte 4% Bridge 7,5% Upper border of D1 (n=14) Normal 57% Sclerosis, squaring, erosion 28,5% Syndesmophyte 0% Bridge 14,5% Conclusions: • The cervical segment C7-D1 is not usually valuable through a lateral cervical radiograph. • Most of our patients with Spondylitis have no significant lesions in this segment. • It is recommended to modify the m-SASSS index by removing the assessment of thedoi:10.1136/annrheumdis-2017-eular.4303 fatcat:r2objltqkrf6njq4r4bnoq44sy