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Enchondroma with Pathologic Fracture

Dedekam ED - MedPix (2008)

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Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Enchondroma with Pathologic Fracture

History: 21 y.o. man presented to the emergency room one day after playing flag football. He remembers hearing a pop and feeling pain in his right small finger during the game.

Findings: Complete fracture of the right fifth proximal phalanx traversing through a 0.94 x 1.43cm well-defined geographic medullary lesion with lobulated appearance and scalloping of the adjacent cortex. Appearance consistent with a geographic 1B lesion.

Ddx: Geographic 1B lesion (well-defined, no sclerosis): -Enchondroma -Chondroblastoma -Chondromyxoid fibroma -Fibrous dysplasia -Bone cyst -Giant cell tumor -Myeloma/Metastasis

Dxhow: Radiology

Exam: Edema and tenderness over right small finger, proximal phalanx. Limited range of motion. No sensory deficits.

No MeSH data available.


Complete fracture of the right fifth proximal phalanx traversing through a 0.94 x 1.43cm well-defined geographic medullary lesion with lobulated appearance and scalloping of the adjacent cortex.
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Enchondroma with Pathologic Fracture

Dedekam ED - MedPix (2008)

Complete fracture of the right fifth proximal phalanx traversing through a 0.94 x 1.43cm well-defined geographic medullary lesion with lobulated appearance and scalloping of the adjacent cortex.
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MPX2356_synpic59718: Complete fracture of the right fifth proximal phalanx traversing through a 0.94 x 1.43cm well-defined geographic medullary lesion with lobulated appearance and scalloping of the adjacent cortex.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Enchondroma with Pathologic Fracture

History: 21 y.o. man presented to the emergency room one day after playing flag football. He remembers hearing a pop and feeling pain in his right small finger during the game.

Findings: Complete fracture of the right fifth proximal phalanx traversing through a 0.94 x 1.43cm well-defined geographic medullary lesion with lobulated appearance and scalloping of the adjacent cortex. Appearance consistent with a geographic 1B lesion.

Ddx: Geographic 1B lesion (well-defined, no sclerosis): -Enchondroma -Chondroblastoma -Chondromyxoid fibroma -Fibrous dysplasia -Bone cyst -Giant cell tumor -Myeloma/Metastasis

Dxhow: Radiology

Exam: Edema and tenderness over right small finger, proximal phalanx. Limited range of motion. No sensory deficits.

No MeSH data available.