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Multiple hereditary exostosis.

Long JRL - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Multiple hereditary exostosis.

History: 16 year old girl with family history

Findings: Frontal radiograph of the knees and lateral radiograph of the right knee demonstrating multiple bilateral exophytic lesions about the distal femurs, proximal tibiae, and proximal fibulae. The cortex and medullary cavities of these lesions are contiguous with those of the adjacent normal bone.

Ddx: Multiple hereditary exostoses Multiple enchondromatosis Solitary exostosis (not the case in this patient)

Dxhow: Positive family history and demonstration of multiple characteristic lesions

Exam: n/a

No MeSH data available.


Frontal radiograph of the knees and lateral radiograph of the right knee demonstrating multiple exostoses bilaterally about the distal femurs and proximal tibiae and fibulae.  The cortex and medullary cavities of these multiple lesions are contiguous with the adjacent normal bones.
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MPX2368_synpic27822: Frontal radiograph of the knees and lateral radiograph of the right knee demonstrating multiple exostoses bilaterally about the distal femurs and proximal tibiae and fibulae. The cortex and medullary cavities of these multiple lesions are contiguous with the adjacent normal bones.


Multiple hereditary exostosis.

Long JRL - MedPix (2006)

Frontal radiograph of the knees and lateral radiograph of the right knee demonstrating multiple exostoses bilaterally about the distal femurs and proximal tibiae and fibulae.  The cortex and medullary cavities of these multiple lesions are contiguous with the adjacent normal bones.
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MPX2368_synpic27822: Frontal radiograph of the knees and lateral radiograph of the right knee demonstrating multiple exostoses bilaterally about the distal femurs and proximal tibiae and fibulae. The cortex and medullary cavities of these multiple lesions are contiguous with the adjacent normal bones.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Multiple hereditary exostosis.

History: 16 year old girl with family history

Findings: Frontal radiograph of the knees and lateral radiograph of the right knee demonstrating multiple bilateral exophytic lesions about the distal femurs, proximal tibiae, and proximal fibulae. The cortex and medullary cavities of these lesions are contiguous with those of the adjacent normal bone.

Ddx: Multiple hereditary exostoses Multiple enchondromatosis Solitary exostosis (not the case in this patient)

Dxhow: Positive family history and demonstration of multiple characteristic lesions

Exam: n/a

No MeSH data available.