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Intraosseous Lipoma

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Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Intraosseous Lipoma

History: A 45-year-old female with no significant past medical history presented to the emergency department with a painful knee following a fall from standing height.

Findings: CR, CT, and MR demonstrate a well-defined lytic lesion in the distal femur with mixed fluid and fat attenuation and scattered calcification.

Ddx: Fibrous Dysplasia, ABC, Hemangioma, Bone Infarct, Chondroid Tumor, Intraosseous Lipoma

Dxhow: radiographically

Exam: Tender to palpation over patella.

No MeSH data available.


Frontal and lateral views of the knee demonstrate a well-defined lytic lesion eccentrically located within the medullary space of the posterolateral aspect of the metaphysis of the distal femur. The lesion demonstrates numerous internal calcifications. There is no cortical destruction, periosteal reaction, or soft tissue mass.
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MPX2288_synpic18786: Frontal and lateral views of the knee demonstrate a well-defined lytic lesion eccentrically located within the medullary space of the posterolateral aspect of the metaphysis of the distal femur. The lesion demonstrates numerous internal calcifications. There is no cortical destruction, periosteal reaction, or soft tissue mass.


Intraosseous Lipoma

Banks KB - MedPix

Frontal and lateral views of the knee demonstrate a well-defined lytic lesion eccentrically located within the medullary space of the posterolateral aspect of the metaphysis of the distal femur. The lesion demonstrates numerous internal calcifications. There is no cortical destruction, periosteal reaction, or soft tissue mass.
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MPX2288_synpic18786: Frontal and lateral views of the knee demonstrate a well-defined lytic lesion eccentrically located within the medullary space of the posterolateral aspect of the metaphysis of the distal femur. The lesion demonstrates numerous internal calcifications. There is no cortical destruction, periosteal reaction, or soft tissue mass.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Intraosseous Lipoma

History: A 45-year-old female with no significant past medical history presented to the emergency department with a painful knee following a fall from standing height.

Findings: CR, CT, and MR demonstrate a well-defined lytic lesion in the distal femur with mixed fluid and fat attenuation and scattered calcification.

Ddx: Fibrous Dysplasia, ABC, Hemangioma, Bone Infarct, Chondroid Tumor, Intraosseous Lipoma

Dxhow: radiographically

Exam: Tender to palpation over patella.

No MeSH data available.