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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.


Healed fractures of the second/third metatarsals. Multiple lucencies of hindfoot and distal tibia/fibula.
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Gorlin Syndrome

KAHL JK - MedPix

Healed fractures of the second/third metatarsals. Multiple lucencies of hindfoot and distal tibia/fibula.
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MPX2007_synpic18259: Healed fractures of the second/third metatarsals. Multiple lucencies of hindfoot and distal tibia/fibula.

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.