PEDIATRIC IMAGING

Diaphysis (Long Bones): Bowing

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10.1055/b-0034-87936 Diaphysis (Long Bones): Bowing Bowing may be congenital or acquired. The direction of bowing of the tibia may suggest the etiology. Anterolateral bowing of the tibia is associated with…

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Diaphysis (Long Bones): Alterations in Shaft Width

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10.1055/b-0034-87935 Diaphysis (Long Bones): Alterations in Shaft Width Slender Diaphysis Neuromuscular and soft-tissue diseases lead to skeletal atrophy with osteopenia. Table 5.55 Diaphysis—overtubulation: slender, thin, and gracile bones Diagnosis Findings…

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Hands and Feet: Osseous Alterations

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10.1055/b-0034-87939 Hands and Feet: Osseous Alterations Table 5.60 Hands and feet: alterations in size, shape, contour, or architecture Diagnosis Findings Comments Osteosclerosis Fig. 5.101 Increased focal density with a narrow…

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Hands and Feet: Brachydactyly

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10.1055/b-0034-87938 Hands and Feet: Brachydactyly Brachydactyly may be isolated or associated with a syndrome. Isolated forms of brachydactyly have been typed A1–5, B, C, D, E, IV, Sugarman brachydactyly, and…

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