Radiology Signs

Apr 16

What are the injuries and what classic sign is seen? 

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What are the injuries and what classic sign is seen?

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radiopaedia:

What vertebral abnormality is seen in this two year old? ANSWER: http://goo.gl/Xn0IvK

radiopaedia:

What vertebral abnormality is seen in this two year old? ANSWER: http://goo.gl/Xn0IvK

Apr 14

Pathological subtrochanteric fracture of the femur. Note the lytic medullary lesion with endosteal scalloping at the site of fracture. This patient had multiple myeloma but a metastasis could easily produce the same appearance.

Pathological subtrochanteric fracture of the femur. Note the lytic medullary lesion with endosteal scalloping at the site of fracture. This patient had multiple myeloma but a metastasis could easily produce the same appearance.

Apr 13

radiopaedia:

What sort of study is this and what abnormality is shown? 

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radiopaedia:

What sort of study is this and what abnormality is shown?

More images at: http://goo.gl/RR0Uv6

Apr 10

Haglund syndrome - bony prominence of the posterosuperior aspect of the  calcaneum (Haglund deformity) with marked surrounding soft-tissue oedema due to insertional Achilles tendonosis and retrocalcaneal bursitis.

Haglund syndrome - bony prominence of the posterosuperior aspect of the calcaneum (Haglund deformity) with marked surrounding soft-tissue oedema due to insertional Achilles tendonosis and retrocalcaneal bursitis.