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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.


Nonenhanced sagittal reconstructed CT image demonstrates a well-defined lytic lesion with dystrophic calcifications, sclerotic margin, and mixed areas of fat and fluid attenuation.
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MPX2288_synpic18787: Nonenhanced sagittal reconstructed CT image demonstrates a well-defined lytic lesion with dystrophic calcifications, sclerotic margin, and mixed areas of fat and fluid attenuation.


Intraosseous Lipoma

Banks KB - MedPix

Nonenhanced sagittal reconstructed CT image demonstrates a well-defined lytic lesion with dystrophic calcifications, sclerotic margin, and mixed areas of fat and fluid attenuation.
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MPX2288_synpic18787: Nonenhanced sagittal reconstructed CT image demonstrates a well-defined lytic lesion with dystrophic calcifications, sclerotic margin, and mixed areas of fat and fluid attenuation.

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.