Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 26114
  Title Osteitis condensans illii — a sacrolliac stress phenomenon: A report of a case [case report]
Journal J Can Chiropr Assoc. 1984 Mar;28(1):209–211
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Case Report

Osteitis condensans illii (O.C.I.) is a radiographic finding characterized by a triangular area of sclerosis in the iliac portion of the sacroiliac joint. Current literature views the phenomenon as a stress-related sclerotic reaction in the peri-articular bone. It is possible that O.C.I. represents an advanced form of degenerative arthrosis of the fibrocartilage along the iliac portion of the sacroiliac joint. O.C.I. is not believed to be a pain-producing entity, but may be associated with sacroiliac syndrome. A case is presented illustrating the successful treatment by chiropractic manipulation.

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