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Osteopoikilosis

Shogan PJS - MedPix (2008)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Osteopoikilosis

History: Patient 1: 25 yo female with right lower quadrant pain. Patient 2: 35 yo female with left lower quadrant pain.

Findings: Patient 1: AP radiograph of the abdomen reveals multiple 2 – 3mm punctate ovoid sclerotic foci in the femurs and pelvis, clustered in a periarticular distribution. Patient 2: CT of pelvis demonstrates multiple punctate, oblong sclerotic foci symmetrically distributed throughout the proximal feumurs and pelvis, clustered in a periarticular distribution. No aggressive features are noted.

Ddx: • Osteopoikilosis • Osteoblastic metastases • Mastocytosis • Tuberous sclerosis

Dxhow: Imaging findings are characteristic.

No MeSH data available.


Patient 2:  CT axial images through the pelvis demonstrates multiple punctate, oblong sclerotic foci symmetrically distributed throughout the proximal feumurs and pelvis, clustered in a periarticular distribution.   No aggressive features are noted.
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MPX1860_synpic46093: Patient 2: CT axial images through the pelvis demonstrates multiple punctate, oblong sclerotic foci symmetrically distributed throughout the proximal feumurs and pelvis, clustered in a periarticular distribution. No aggressive features are noted.


Osteopoikilosis

Shogan PJS - MedPix (2008)

Patient 2:  CT axial images through the pelvis demonstrates multiple punctate, oblong sclerotic foci symmetrically distributed throughout the proximal feumurs and pelvis, clustered in a periarticular distribution.   No aggressive features are noted.
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MPX1860_synpic46093: Patient 2: CT axial images through the pelvis demonstrates multiple punctate, oblong sclerotic foci symmetrically distributed throughout the proximal feumurs and pelvis, clustered in a periarticular distribution. No aggressive features are noted.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Osteopoikilosis

History: Patient 1: 25 yo female with right lower quadrant pain. Patient 2: 35 yo female with left lower quadrant pain.

Findings: Patient 1: AP radiograph of the abdomen reveals multiple 2 – 3mm punctate ovoid sclerotic foci in the femurs and pelvis, clustered in a periarticular distribution. Patient 2: CT of pelvis demonstrates multiple punctate, oblong sclerotic foci symmetrically distributed throughout the proximal feumurs and pelvis, clustered in a periarticular distribution. No aggressive features are noted.

Ddx: • Osteopoikilosis • Osteoblastic metastases • Mastocytosis • Tuberous sclerosis

Dxhow: Imaging findings are characteristic.

No MeSH data available.