By Stephen Chapman, Richard Nakielny
This well known source assists readers in honing their wisdom of radiological differential analysis for the main as a rule encountered stipulations in all parts of the physique. the 1st part offers lists of differential diagnoses, supplemented via notes on priceless evidence and discriminating elements. the second one part bargains precise descriptions at the attribute radiological visual appeal of greater than 80 person illnesses. the result's a handy learn software for examination coaching, in addition to a priceless fast reference for medical practice.Features a totally redesigned structure, making info much more accessible.Includes up-to-date content material throughout-including the total diversity of more moderen imaging modalities.Offers totally revised content material that displays the most recent in scientific practiceWith six extra contributing specialists.
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3 . Eosinophilic granuloma*. 4 . Brown tumour o f hyperparathyroidism*. 5. Benign bone neoplasms (a) Enchondroma*. (b) Chondroblastoma*. 24 LUCENT BONE LESION IN THE MEDULLA ILL-DEFINED An aggressive pattern of destruction. 1 . Metastasis. 2 . Multiple myeloma*. 3 . Osteomyelitis. 4 . Lymphoma o f bone. 5. Long bone sarcomas (a) Osteosarcoma*. (b) Ewing's sarcoma*. (c) Central chondrosarcoma*. (d) Fibrosarcoma and malignant fibrous histiocytoma. , M c R a e G . A . & M u r p h e y M . D . ( 1 9 9 9 ) I m a g i n g features o f p r i m a r y l y m p h o m a of b o n e .
Severity is related to duration of therapy. Other features include fever, flushing, diarrhoea, skin oedema, pseudowidening of cranial sutures and bone-in-bone appearance. 8. Congenital syphilis — an exuberant periosteal reaction can be due to infiltration by syphilitic granulation tissue or the healing (with callus formation) of osteochondritis. The former is essentially diaphyseal and the latter around the metaphyseal/ epiphyseal junction. Further Reading M a t z i n g e r M . A . J. et al. ( 1 9 9 2 ) Plain f i l m a n d CT o b s e r v a t i o n s in p r o s t a g l a n d i n - i n d u c e d b o n e c h a n g e s .
2 9 ( 1 ) : S u n d a r a m M. F. 117-24. 149-64. ( 2 0 0 0 ) O n c o g e n i c o s t e o m a l a c i a . ) 33 34 A I D S T O R A D I O L O G I C A L DIFFERENTIAL D I A G N O S I S The different types are, in general, non-specific, having multiple aetiologies. However, the following comments can be made. CONTINUOUS WITH DESTROYED CORTEX This is the result of an expanding lesion. 26. PARALLEL SPICULATED (HAIR-ON-END) 1. Ewing's sarcoma*. 2. Syphilis. 3. Infantile cortical hyperostosis (Caffey's disease).
Aids to Radiological Differential Diagnosis by Stephen Chapman, Richard Nakielny