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Osteochondroma

Zakaroff MZ - MedPix (2011)

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Affiliation: Naval Medical Center San Diego

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Osteochondroma

History: 23 yo male who initially presented to the emergency department with epigastric pain. Abdominal plain films were obtained wich showed an incidental finding of a bony mass arising from the left iliac wing. On questioning he endorses a several year history of atraumatic left posterior buttocks pain. This pain is worsened by bending or strenuous running.

Findings: Circumscribed multilobulated bony exostosis arising from the lateral aspect of the upper left ilium. This lesion appears to have cortical and medullary contiguity with the ilium.

Ddx: - Osteochonrdoma - Enchondroma - Post-traumatic change

Dxhow: Imaging and subsequent excisional biopsy

Exam: Tenderness to palpation over left posteriour ilium, with no mass noted. No spinal or paraspinal tenderness. 5/5 strength and normal sensation to light touch throughout both lower extremities. 2+ reflexes to bilateral knees and ankles. No Babinski.

No MeSH data available.


Prominent multilobulated bony exostosis arising from the lateral aspect of the upper left ilium.  This lesion appears to have continuity of both cortical bone and the medullary cavity with the underlying iliac crest.  No periosteal reaction nor associated soft tissue component.
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MPX2455_synpic55401: Prominent multilobulated bony exostosis arising from the lateral aspect of the upper left ilium. This lesion appears to have continuity of both cortical bone and the medullary cavity with the underlying iliac crest. No periosteal reaction nor associated soft tissue component.


Osteochondroma

Zakaroff MZ - MedPix (2011)

Prominent multilobulated bony exostosis arising from the lateral aspect of the upper left ilium.  This lesion appears to have continuity of both cortical bone and the medullary cavity with the underlying iliac crest.  No periosteal reaction nor associated soft tissue component.
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MPX2455_synpic55401: Prominent multilobulated bony exostosis arising from the lateral aspect of the upper left ilium. This lesion appears to have continuity of both cortical bone and the medullary cavity with the underlying iliac crest. No periosteal reaction nor associated soft tissue component.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Naval Medical Center San Diego

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Osteochondroma

History: 23 yo male who initially presented to the emergency department with epigastric pain. Abdominal plain films were obtained wich showed an incidental finding of a bony mass arising from the left iliac wing. On questioning he endorses a several year history of atraumatic left posterior buttocks pain. This pain is worsened by bending or strenuous running.

Findings: Circumscribed multilobulated bony exostosis arising from the lateral aspect of the upper left ilium. This lesion appears to have cortical and medullary contiguity with the ilium.

Ddx: - Osteochonrdoma - Enchondroma - Post-traumatic change

Dxhow: Imaging and subsequent excisional biopsy

Exam: Tenderness to palpation over left posteriour ilium, with no mass noted. No spinal or paraspinal tenderness. 5/5 strength and normal sensation to light touch throughout both lower extremities. 2+ reflexes to bilateral knees and ankles. No Babinski.

No MeSH data available.