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Hydroxyapatite deposition disease Diagnosis confirmed by: radiographic findings and clinical evaluation

Rustad KRR - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Hydroxyapatite deposition disease Diagnosis confirmed by: radiographic findings and clinical evaluation

History: 35-year-old female presented with a 10 year history of shoulder and left hip pain. Pain was worse with abduction and had increased substantially over the past year.

Findings: AP radiograph of the left shoulder reveals large calcific deposits in the region of the distal supraspinatus tendon, the most common site of hydroxyapatite deposition. AP radiograph of the left hip demonstrate calcific deposits adjacent to greater trochanter of the femur in the region of the gluteus medius consistent with hydroxyapatite deposition disease

Ddx: Hydroxyapatite Deposition Disease (HADD) associated with: Hyperparathyroidism Hypoparathyroidism Tumoral calcinosis Connective Tissue disease Hypervitaminosis D Calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease (CPPD) Gout Sarcoidosis

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Hydroxyapatite deposition disease Diagnosis confirmed by: radiographic findings and clinical evaluation

Rustad KRR - MedPix (2006)

AP Hip
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MPX2599_synpic32555: AP Hip

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Hydroxyapatite deposition disease Diagnosis confirmed by: radiographic findings and clinical evaluation

History: 35-year-old female presented with a 10 year history of shoulder and left hip pain. Pain was worse with abduction and had increased substantially over the past year.

Findings: AP radiograph of the left shoulder reveals large calcific deposits in the region of the distal supraspinatus tendon, the most common site of hydroxyapatite deposition. AP radiograph of the left hip demonstrate calcific deposits adjacent to greater trochanter of the femur in the region of the gluteus medius consistent with hydroxyapatite deposition disease

Ddx: Hydroxyapatite Deposition Disease (HADD) associated with: Hyperparathyroidism Hypoparathyroidism Tumoral calcinosis Connective Tissue disease Hypervitaminosis D Calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease (CPPD) Gout Sarcoidosis

Exam: N/A

No MeSH data available.