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Enchondroma

Luger RKL - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Enchondroma

History: The patient is a 31 year old AAF who, after twisting her knee while running, initially presented with a one month history of focal pain and stiffness to the medial aspect of the left knee. During workup, an enchondroma was identified on MRI.

Findings: Radiographic images demonstrated normal anatomy. MRI demonstrated a left MCL injury Incidental finding on MRI demonstrated a 13x18mm mass located centrally in the left distal femoral metaphysis. It had distinct borders, did not extend to cortical bone, and was well circumscribed. There were no calcifications noted.

Ddx: bone infarct enchondroma

Dxhow: Confirmed with findings on MRI

Exam: Physical exam was remarkable for mild erythema of the medial aspect of the left knee, tenderness to palpation at the medial joint space, pain on flexion and extension, no locking. Pt is able to ambulate.

No MeSH data available.


13x18mm lobulated mass
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Enchondroma

Luger RKL - MedPix (2006)

13x18mm lobulated mass
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MPX2128_synpic28897: 13x18mm lobulated mass

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Enchondroma

History: The patient is a 31 year old AAF who, after twisting her knee while running, initially presented with a one month history of focal pain and stiffness to the medial aspect of the left knee. During workup, an enchondroma was identified on MRI.

Findings: Radiographic images demonstrated normal anatomy. MRI demonstrated a left MCL injury Incidental finding on MRI demonstrated a 13x18mm mass located centrally in the left distal femoral metaphysis. It had distinct borders, did not extend to cortical bone, and was well circumscribed. There were no calcifications noted.

Ddx: bone infarct enchondroma

Dxhow: Confirmed with findings on MRI

Exam: Physical exam was remarkable for mild erythema of the medial aspect of the left knee, tenderness to palpation at the medial joint space, pain on flexion and extension, no locking. Pt is able to ambulate.

No MeSH data available.