Unformatted text preview: wel disease. Psoriatic arthritis. Reiter syndrome.
Characterized by bony ankylosis, proliferative formation of new bone, and predominantly axial (spinal) involvement?
Syndesmophyte is a
Paravertebral ossificatio. Runs vertically, whereas an osteophyte runs horizontally.
Causes of High-Riding Shoulder Calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate deposition disease (CPPD). Torn rotator cuff.
Syndesmophyte features of HLA-B27 spondyloarthropathies?
Ankylosing spondylitis: Marginal, symmetric. Psoriatic and Reiter syndrome: Nonmarginal, asymmetric.
SI joint involvement of spondylitisspondyloarthropathies? disease: Bilateral, symmetric SI joint disease. Reiter syndrome and psoriatic arthritis: Unilateral or bilateral SI joint disease.
Ankylosing HLA-B27 and inflammatory bowel
Psoriatic arthritis predominance. hands and feet
Distal findings in the Proliferative erosions. Soft tissue swelling. Periostitis.
Proliferative uzzy margins with wisps of periostitis emanating from them. Seen in psoriatic arthritis.
Reiter syndrome causes identical changes in every commonly than the hands. Interphalangeal joint that
Reiter syndrome involves the feet more respect to psoriatic arthritis, with the exception of great toe is commonly affected.
As many as _____% of patients with gout concomitantly have CPPD.
Hallmarks of Gout?
Well-defined erosions (sclerotic margins, overhanging edges). Soft tissue nodules (may calcify in renal failure). Random distribution. No osteoporosis.
Pseudogout, classic triad: calcification. Joint destruction.
Most Common Location of Chondrocalcinosis in Calcium Pyrophosphate Dihydrate Deposition Disease
Knee. Triangular fibrocartilage of wrist. Symphysis pubis.
DJD of CPPD has a proclivity for what joints? Metacarpophalangeal joints. Patellofemoral joint.
Shoulder. Elbow. Radiocarpal joint.
T hree diseases that have a high degree of association with CPPD.
Primary hyperparathyroidism. Gout. Hemochromatosis.
Striking radiographic handSoft tissue wasting.
Osteoporosis. abnormalities in collagen vascular diseases (scleroderma, SLE, dermatomyositis, MCTD)?
Systemic lupus erythematosus characteristically has severe _______ deviation of the phalanges
Classic radiographic changes - 4th metacarpophalangeal skeleton? also have CPPD,
DJD involving 2nd of hemochromatosis of the joints. 50%
Classic triad of neuropathic or Charcot joint?
Destruction. Dislocation. Heterotopic new bone.
Most commonly and second tarsometatarsal joints (Lisfranc fracture) in diabetics.
First seen Charcot joint today is
Classic findings for JRA and hemophilia are of knee intercondylar notch. Gracile diaphyses.
Epiphyseal enlargement. Widening
Synovial osteochondromatosis most commonly affects...
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- Winter '14
- Radiology, Soft Tissue, Avascular necrosis, Giant cell tumor, Solitary bone cyst