Ankle: Nonossifying Fibroma (NOF) on Plain Films Ankle: Nonossifying Fibroma (NOF) on Plain Films

Findings: The plain films demonstrate a well-defined cortically based lesion arising from the posterolateral cortex of the...

Ankle: Severe Osteoarthritis (OA) / Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) on CT Scans Ankle: Severe Osteoarthritis (OA) / Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) on CT Scans

Findings: This patient shows the classic radiologic features of severe osteoarthritis: Diffuse joint space narrowing,...

Arm: Soft Tissue Calcification on Plain Film Arm: Soft Tissue Calcification on Plain Film

Findings: This patient demonstrates intramuscular calcification presenting as calcareous fascial sheets and subcutaneous...

Axilla: Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumor on MRI Axilla: Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumor on MRI

Findings: There is a well-circumscribed mass adjacent to the axillary neurovascular bundle that is T2 hyperintense, T1...

Buckle Fracture of the Radius on Plain Film Buckle Fracture of the Radius on Plain Film

Findings: There is a buckle fracture aka impaction fracture of the distal radius.   Discussion: Distal radial...

Clavicle: Hyperparathyroidism / Renal Osteodystrophy on Plain Film Clavicle: Hyperparathyroidism / Renal Osteodystrophy on Plain Film

Findings: Renal osteodystrophy presents with one of the following triad: Diffuse Osteosclerosis, Secondary...

Colles Fracture of the Distal Radius on Plain Film Colles Fracture of the Distal Radius on Plain Film

Findings: There is a comminuted, impacted fracture of the distal radius. There is extension of the fracture to the articular...

Elbow: Fracture of the Radial Head with Effusion on Plain Films Elbow: Fracture of the Radial Head with Effusion on Plain Films

Findings: Frontal view: There is a subtle vertical fracture through the radial head. Lateral view: The anterior fat pad is...

Elbow: Olecranon Bursitis in Gout on Plain Film Elbow: Olecranon Bursitis in Gout on Plain Film

Findings: This patient shows enlargement of the olecranon bursa and a spur off the olecranon process. Bilateral enlarged...

Femur and Tibia: Medullary Infarcts on Plain Films Femur and Tibia: Medullary Infarcts on Plain Films

Findings: Medullary infarcts occur at the metaphyses. They are frequently multiple. They usually show well-defined dense...

 
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