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    Description: This community provides latest cases, discussions, news, publications and more valuable information for the Musculoskeletal imaging subspecialty. Join now - it's free!
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    Category: General Created: Saturday, 17 April 2010 Group Admin: Radiolopolis Team Description: This community provides latest cases, discussions, news, publications and more valuable information for the Musculoskeletal imaging subspecialty. Join now - it's free!
  • Dear colleagues,
    I recently uploaded an interesting case of a persistent proatlas which presents as duplication of the atlas vertebra. The entity represents an extremely rare dysplasia and was only reported once before by Tsuang et al as a occipitocervical malformation with atlas duplication in 2011. Please be so kind to review and comment...
    9 months ago

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  • I have a case of lipoma arborescent. However, some pictures were published as case report in Eurorad!
    2 years ago
  • Hi Colleagues,

    Im Dr. Ashraf Abd El Hady, Radiologist from Saudi Arabia and want to advance my training in MRI MSK and willing to pay for anyone who can help me train thru online.

    Looking forward for any reply
    2 years ago

  • Hi Guys, thank you all, I now have completed book. But thank you all for your help.
    3 years ago
    Dr. Ashraf Abd El Hady Issa Hi Colleague Dr. Sanjay,

    Im Dr. Ashraf Abd El Hady from Saudi Arabia and if you can help me trained in MRI MSK thru online and im willing to pay you.

    Looking forward for your reply.

    Thanks in advance,

    Dr. Ashraf
    2 years ago

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  • Hi I have two cases of lipoma arborescens of the knee. If you are interested let me know. Best regards.
    3 years ago
  • Thanks Roland Hi Marc My e mail address is [email protected]
    3 years ago
  • Dear collegue, I have a nice case of a fibrolipoma and a neurinoma of the median nerve. How can I transmit them to you? [email protected]
    3 years ago

  • We need for a Radiology review book the following cases: 1. Synovial secondary osteochondromatosis. 2. Hibernoma 3. Lipoma arborescent 4. Fibrolipoma of median nerve 5. Extensor Digitorum Brevis...
    3 years ago
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Lisfranc ligament disruption
This is a 64 year old female who got stuck in a hole when falling. This is a typical finding of a Lisfranc ligament injury with widening of the first intermetatarsal space with lateral translation of the second metatarsal with respect to the middle cuneiform. This type of injury classically occurred when a horseman fell while riding, having trapped his foot in the stirrup or fell into a drain. At present, such an injury happens typically in activities such as windsurfing (where participants' feet are in foot straps that pass over the metatarsals), or when one steps into a hole and the foot twists heavily. Falling from a height of two or three stories can also cause this fracture. American football players occasionally get this injury, often when they have their foot pointing down and someone lands on their heel. There are three classifications for the fracture: Homolateral: All 5 metatarsals are displaced in the same direction. Lateral displacement may also suggest cuboidal fracture Isolated: 1 or 2 metatarsals are displaced from the others Divergent: metatarsals are displaced in a sagittal or coronal plane. May also involve intercuneiform area and a navicular fracture.

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