Diaphysis (Long Bones): Dysmelia

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10.1055/b-0034-87934 Diaphysis (Long Bones): Dysmelia Table 5.48 Dysmelia: general syndromes Diagnosis Findings Comments Amniotic band syndrome Fig. 5.85a, b, p. 552 The skeleton proximal to the deformity is characteristically normal….

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Epiphysis: Supernumerary Epiphyseal Ossification Centers

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10.1055/b-0034-87930 Epiphysis: Supernumerary Epiphyseal Ossification Centers Supernumerary epiphyseal ossification centers are often seen in diseases with greatly delayed bone growth. Table 5.34 Epiphysis: supernumerary epiphyseal ossification centers Diagnosis Findings Comments…

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Growth Plate

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10.1055/b-0034-87931 Growth Plate Table 5.39 Physis: widened growth plate Diagnosis Findings Comments Rickets Fig. 5.63 Blurring and widening of the margins of the physis. Osteopenia with resorption of trabeculae. Deficient…

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Chest Wall: The Ribs

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10.1055/b-0034-87920 Chest Wall: The Ribs Short ribs do not extend as far anteriorly as the sternum; they lead to a decreased chest volume that may cause respiratory insufficiency. The more…

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Chest Wall: Clavicle

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10.1055/b-0034-87921 Chest Wall: Clavicle Table 5.11 Clavicle: erosions and contour irregularities of the sternoclavicular and acromioclavicular joints Diagnosis Findings Comments Pseudofracture False appearance of midshaft fracture due to rotation or…

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Chest Wall: Scapula

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10.1055/b-0034-87922 Chest Wall: Scapula Table 5.16 Scapula: hypoplasia Diagnosis Findings Comments Brachial plexus palsy (Erb palsy) Fig. 5.17a, b Variable degrees of hypoplasia of the inferior glenoid with posterior subluxation…

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Epiphysis: Overgrowth

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10.1055/b-0034-87928 Epiphysis: Overgrowth Solitary overgrowth is most commonly associated with chronic inflammation or chronically increased blood flow. Table 5.30 Epiphyses: solitary overgrowth Diagnosis Findings Comments JIA Fig. 5.42a–c Periarticular osteopenia,…

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