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MR imaging may identify ganglion cysts arising in an intra- or extra-articular site around the knee. This series documents the MR imaging characteristics of ganglion cysts arising close to the gastrocnemius origin and discusses the relevance of this imaging finding.
MR imaging provides detailed information about the anatomy of tendons in the plantar aspect of the ankle and foot. It allows analysis of their insertions and the intertendinous connection between the flexor hallucis longus and the flexor digitorum longus tendons.
Schnitzler’s syndrome comprises urticaria, monoclonal gammapathy, inflammatory signs (fever, enlarged lymph nodes, hyperleukocytosis), and bone lesions. We report the imaging findings and follow-up of a new case with extensive osteosclerosis of the iliac bone, associated with inflammatory...
Hemangioma may occur at any location. Although the imaging findings of hemangioma are well known, it may be difficult to differentiate this entity from other soft-tissue tumors. Intraneural hemangiomas are extremely rare. We present a girl with a painful swelling in the fourth web space of her...
The presence of predominantly or uniform intermediate signal intensity within the peroneal tendons on three consecutive axial proton density-weighted images is a highly sensitive and moderately specific indicator of symptomatic peroneal tendinopathy. The presence of intermediate T2 signal within...
We report on a case of a 36-year-old lady who presented with large, painful soft-tissue swellings of both Achilles tendons. MRI demonstrated fusiform enlargement involving the Achilles tendons bilaterally. The tendons returned heterogeneous signal intensity characterised by a diffuse reticulated...
Sequential US can determine disease progression in patients with early RA. Such data may allow the clinician to treat RA patients earlier in the hope of preventing joint damage.
Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) is a complex disease entity comprised of three distinct clinical syndromes that demonstrate indistinguishable histology. These syndromes are: eosinophilic granuloma, which is predominantly osseous or pulmonary; Hand-Schûller-Christian’s disease, which...
In the acute setting, CT offers high sensitivity and specificity for depicting osseous avulsions, as well as high negative predictive value for excluding ligament injury. However, MRI remains necessary for the preoperative detection of meniscal injury.
A series of 50 patients with 71 clubfeet treated surgically was evaluated after exclusion of individuals with associated malformations, syndromes, neurological disorders, previous surgery and age over 30 months at the time of the surgical procedure. They underwent soft-tissue releases that...
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