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Gorlin Syndrome

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Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Gorlin Syndrome

History: 51 yo female injured right index finger. Review of prior studies and labs revealed diagnosis.

Findings: Hands: Multiple well circumscribed elongated (flame shaped) cortical lucencies throughout both hands. Nondisplaced fracture at the base of the right second proximal phalanx. Foot: Healed fractures of the second/third metatarsals. Multiple lucencies of hindfoot and distal tibia/fibula. Bone Scan: Multiple areas of focal increased and decreased uptake. Increased uptake along the falx cerebri. Head CT: Calcifications along the falx and tentorium.

Ddx: Differential Diagnosis of Multiple Lytic Lesions: Fibrous Dysplasia, Metastases, Myeloma, Osteoporosis, Disseminated Osteomyelitis, Hyperparathyroidism, Gorlin Syndrome.

Dxhow: Multiple biopsies diagnosed as Basal Cell Carcinoma Also meets several of the major and minor diagnostic criteria. (See Factoid)

Exam: Multiple skin biopsies diagnosed as Basal Cell Carcinoma

No MeSH data available.


Multiple well circumscribed elongated (flame shaped) cortical lucencies throughout the hand. Nondisplaced fracture at the base of the second proximal phalanx.
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Gorlin Syndrome

KAHL JK - MedPix

Multiple well circumscribed elongated (flame shaped) cortical lucencies throughout the hand. Nondisplaced fracture at the base of the second proximal phalanx.
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MPX2007_synpic18257: Multiple well circumscribed elongated (flame shaped) cortical lucencies throughout the hand. Nondisplaced fracture at the base of the second proximal phalanx.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Gorlin Syndrome

History: 51 yo female injured right index finger. Review of prior studies and labs revealed diagnosis.

Findings: Hands: Multiple well circumscribed elongated (flame shaped) cortical lucencies throughout both hands. Nondisplaced fracture at the base of the right second proximal phalanx. Foot: Healed fractures of the second/third metatarsals. Multiple lucencies of hindfoot and distal tibia/fibula. Bone Scan: Multiple areas of focal increased and decreased uptake. Increased uptake along the falx cerebri. Head CT: Calcifications along the falx and tentorium.

Ddx: Differential Diagnosis of Multiple Lytic Lesions: Fibrous Dysplasia, Metastases, Myeloma, Osteoporosis, Disseminated Osteomyelitis, Hyperparathyroidism, Gorlin Syndrome.

Dxhow: Multiple biopsies diagnosed as Basal Cell Carcinoma Also meets several of the major and minor diagnostic criteria. (See Factoid)

Exam: Multiple skin biopsies diagnosed as Basal Cell Carcinoma

No MeSH data available.