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Osteochondroma

Orr NO - MedPix (2008)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Osteochondroma

History: 18 y/o male with a history of right thigh / knee pain and associated inability to bear weight on right leg after sustaining blunt trauma to right medial upper leg 1 day previously.

Findings: Posterior-anterior (PA) radiographs of the right femur and right knee show a pedunculated, calcified mass projecting from the right medial femur with continuity with the medullary cavity. Its stalk measures 3.5 cm x 1.0 cm and ovoid shaped head measuring 2.8 cm x 1.9 cm. This mass shows rings and stippled calcifications consistent with cartilage. The base of the stalk is fractured approximately approximately 3.5 cm above the adductor tubercle, near the distal point of insertion of the vastus medialis muscle. No other bony or soft tissue abnormalities are noted in the radiographs of the right hip, femur or proximal tibia and fibula nor is there other evidence of fracture in any of these structures.

Ddx: Osteochondroma

No MeSH data available.


R Hip medial oblique view shows normal anatomy of right hip and proximal femur with no evidence of fracture, bony or soft tissue abnormality
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Osteochondroma

Orr NO - MedPix (2008)

R Hip medial oblique view shows normal anatomy of right hip and proximal femur with no evidence of fracture, bony or soft tissue abnormality
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MPX2099_synpic39402: R Hip medial oblique view shows normal anatomy of right hip and proximal femur with no evidence of fracture, bony or soft tissue abnormality

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Osteochondroma

History: 18 y/o male with a history of right thigh / knee pain and associated inability to bear weight on right leg after sustaining blunt trauma to right medial upper leg 1 day previously.

Findings: Posterior-anterior (PA) radiographs of the right femur and right knee show a pedunculated, calcified mass projecting from the right medial femur with continuity with the medullary cavity. Its stalk measures 3.5 cm x 1.0 cm and ovoid shaped head measuring 2.8 cm x 1.9 cm. This mass shows rings and stippled calcifications consistent with cartilage. The base of the stalk is fractured approximately approximately 3.5 cm above the adductor tubercle, near the distal point of insertion of the vastus medialis muscle. No other bony or soft tissue abnormalities are noted in the radiographs of the right hip, femur or proximal tibia and fibula nor is there other evidence of fracture in any of these structures.

Ddx: Osteochondroma

No MeSH data available.