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Bizarre Parosteal Osteochondromatous Proliferation

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Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Bizarre Parosteal Osteochondromatous Proliferation

History: 24 year old male with history of blunt trauma to right thigh, presents with palpable soft tissue mass at site of injury.

Findings: Irregular soft tissue calcification is seen adjacent to the lateral aspect of the mid right femur, underlying site of known prior trauma and now-palpable soft tissue mass. Cortical contiguity is uncertain. Additionally, there is curvilinear extension of the posteromedial mid right femoral cortex consistent with a chronic tug lesion of the thigh adductors.

Ddx: Bizarre Parosteal Osteochondromatous Proliferation / Myositis Ossificans Florid Reactive Periostitis Osteochondroma Parosteal Osteosarcoma Ewings Sarcoma

Dxhow: Combination of clinical and radiographic findings.

Exam: Physical exam demonstrates firm soft tissue mass with poorly defined margins at the medial right thigh. No history of fevers, chills or unexplained weight loss. Normal neuromuscular examination.

No MeSH data available.


Irregular soft tissue calcification is seen adjacent to the lateral aspect of the mid right femur, underlying site of known prior trauma and now-palpable soft tissue mass. Cortical contiguity is uncertain. Additionally, there is curvilinear extension of the posteromedial mid right femoral cortex consistent with a chronic tug lesion of the thigh adductors.
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MPX1243_synpic24674: Irregular soft tissue calcification is seen adjacent to the lateral aspect of the mid right femur, underlying site of known prior trauma and now-palpable soft tissue mass. Cortical contiguity is uncertain. Additionally, there is curvilinear extension of the posteromedial mid right femoral cortex consistent with a chronic tug lesion of the thigh adductors.


Bizarre Parosteal Osteochondromatous Proliferation

Reed CMR - MedPix

Irregular soft tissue calcification is seen adjacent to the lateral aspect of the mid right femur, underlying site of known prior trauma and now-palpable soft tissue mass. Cortical contiguity is uncertain. Additionally, there is curvilinear extension of the posteromedial mid right femoral cortex consistent with a chronic tug lesion of the thigh adductors.
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MPX1243_synpic24674: Irregular soft tissue calcification is seen adjacent to the lateral aspect of the mid right femur, underlying site of known prior trauma and now-palpable soft tissue mass. Cortical contiguity is uncertain. Additionally, there is curvilinear extension of the posteromedial mid right femoral cortex consistent with a chronic tug lesion of the thigh adductors.

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Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Bizarre Parosteal Osteochondromatous Proliferation

History: 24 year old male with history of blunt trauma to right thigh, presents with palpable soft tissue mass at site of injury.

Findings: Irregular soft tissue calcification is seen adjacent to the lateral aspect of the mid right femur, underlying site of known prior trauma and now-palpable soft tissue mass. Cortical contiguity is uncertain. Additionally, there is curvilinear extension of the posteromedial mid right femoral cortex consistent with a chronic tug lesion of the thigh adductors.

Ddx: Bizarre Parosteal Osteochondromatous Proliferation / Myositis Ossificans Florid Reactive Periostitis Osteochondroma Parosteal Osteosarcoma Ewings Sarcoma

Dxhow: Combination of clinical and radiographic findings.

Exam: Physical exam demonstrates firm soft tissue mass with poorly defined margins at the medial right thigh. No history of fevers, chills or unexplained weight loss. Normal neuromuscular examination.

No MeSH data available.