Slideshow Semester 2 - 2006 - MIXED (NXPowerLite)

Slideshow Semester 2 - 2006 - MIXED (NXPowerLite) - HADD...

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HADD Hydroxyapatite Deposition Disease- Longus colli muscle insertion may be associated with oedema which may displace RPI (>7mm) Painful stiff neck, painful dysphagia (globus hysteria) Ref:Taylor & Resnick. Skeletal Imaging- Atlas of the Spine & Extremities. Saunders 2000
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CHORDOMA Sacrococcygeal Chordoma : Early on, the lesion may be clinically silent. Later, as the tumor expands, localized pain with pressure symptoms from the bladder and rectum are common.
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OA HANDS Bouchard’s and Heberden’s nodes
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OSTEOPOROSIS METACARPAL INDEX
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CHORDOMA Location : 50% arise in the sacrococcygeal area; 35% in the clivus of Blumenbach; 15% in the true vetebrae, with the C2 vetebrae being the most common site. destroyed pedicle destroyed pedicle
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LYMPHOMA 7-yr old girl Ddx: Ewing’s, osteomyelitis
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DISC LESION Note filling defect in thecal sac and dural sleeve on this CT with contrast Ref: Greenspan, A. Orthopaedic Radiology. Gower Medical 1990
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BLASTIC METS
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LARGE DISC LESION
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HODGKIN’S LYMPHOMA Pain is usually the most common initial symptom. Lytic lesions are usually more symptomatic than sclerotic ones. Neuro signs may result from vertebral collapse and cord compression.
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CHONDROBLASTOMA Note epiphyseal location Ref: Greenspan, A. Orthopaedic Radiology. Gower Medical 1990
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OSTEOID OSTEOMA Bone scan and CT confirming faint radiolucency is nidus of tumour cells Ref: Greenspan, A. Orthopaedic Radiology. Gower Medical 1990
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CPPD PSEUDOGOUT” CALCIUM PYROPHOSPHATE DIHYDRATE CRYSTAL DEPOSITION DISEASE > 30yrs; peak 60yrs Gout-like symptoms Often associated with other diseases: diabetes, DJD, gout, hyperparathyroidism, haemochromatosis, Wilson’s disease, ochronosis
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OPLL Ossified Posterior Longitudinal Ligament Associated with DISH Predisposed in Japanese men May cause spinal stenosis if PLL >60% of canal diameter Yochum & Rowe. Essentials of Skeletal Radiology 2 nd ed.Williams & Wilkins 1996
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NEUROTROPHIC ARTHROPATHY Diabetic foot Hypertrophic type Ref: Greenspan, A. Orthopaedic Radiology. Gower Medical 1990
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DYNAMIC VDF VIEWS – HALF FLEXION OA of facets
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EWINGS SARCOMA
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OSTEOSARCOMA POST-RADIATION
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ADVANCED OSTEOSARCOMA DRAMATIC PERIOSTEAL RESPONSE
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SESSILE OSTEOCHONDROMA Broad-based, creates a long, asymmetrical widening of bone Usually in metaphyseal / diaphyseal region Ref: Greenspan, A. Orthopaedic Radiology. Gower Medical 1990
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