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3,652 Possible Causes for Abnormal X-Ray of the Tibia, Bone Spicules, Knee Pain

  • Tibia Varum

    There are lucent and sclerotic regions, with spicules of bone projecting away from the cortex into the soft tissues. C.[] Children with a very short stature who are also overweight need x-rays to rule out any bone abnormality around the knee area.[] In young kids this is usually not painful, but for teens it can be (it may feel like a growing pain in the knee area). The pain may come and go.[]

  • Osteomyelitis of the Tibia

    […] detached necrotic cortical bone (develops after 30 days) Cloaca formation space in which dead bone resides MR findings Bone marrow hypointense on T1WI hyperintense on T2WI[] Her knee pain too, did not abate.[] pain.[]

  • Osgood-Schlatter Disease

    Copyright 2015 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Osgood-Schlatter Disease (Knee Pain) Osgood-Schlatter disease is a common cause of knee pain in growing adolescents[] Your child can apply ice to his or her knee to reduce swelling and relieve pain.[] He or she will conduct a thorough examination of the knee to determine the cause of the pain.[]

    Missing: Bone Spicules
  • Bone Tumor

    OSTEOBLASTOMA Definition: - Benign bone forming neoplasm producing woven bone spicules bordered by prominent osteoblasts (osteoid osteoma measuring more than 2.0 cm) Epdemiology[] Condition Anterior Knee Pain and Runner's Knee Learn about anterior knee pain, or runner's knee.[] Age AdultLocation metaphysisMargin 1BPeriosteal reaction NoneMatrix Noneother fxDX ABC 48. 13 Y/O WITH KNEE PAIN AGE Location Margins Periosteal reaction Matrix other DX 49[]

    Missing: Abnormal X-Ray of the Tibia
  • Malignant Bone Neoplasm

    Sunburst and hair-on-end periosteal formations also are associated with aggressive bone tumors and are radiating spicules of periosteal bone.[] Chondroblastoma Rare, normally in epiphysis of long bones - eg, the hip, shoulder and knee.[] It may be spiculated and interrupted - sometimes there is a Codman's triangle.[]

    Missing: Abnormal X-Ray of the Tibia
  • Osteosarcoma

    A characteristic ‘sun-ray’ effect of bone spicules is often visible on X-ray.[] pain.[] Wick: Foot osteoblastic Low grade sclerosing type Osteoblastic type with blue spiculated bone With infiltrative medullary growth Images hosted on other servers: Osteoblastic[]

    Missing: Abnormal X-Ray of the Tibia
  • Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis

    X-ray investigation of the left ankle showed obvious bone abnormalities. An expanding osteolytic tumor in the lateral part of the tibia was observed.[] Knee pain and swelling improved gradually after surgery. By 2 months post operation, there was no more knee pain and the patient could run and squat as usual.[] Localised pigmented villonodular synovitis: an uncommon cause of knee pain mimicking a meniscal tear R Roach , I dos Remedios Sports Department, Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt[]

    Missing: Bone Spicules
  • Juxtacortical Osteosarcoma

    Periosteal osteosarcoma is also found of the surface of bone, but has a more spiculed appearance and may appear more aggressive.[] Because of the location in the popliteal fossa, the patient may note inability to flex the knee.[] Due to its higher spatial resolution than MRI, CT is superior for demonstrating characteristic overhanging bone spicules.[]

    Missing: Abnormal X-Ray of the Tibia
  • Osteomyelitis

    […] detached necrotic cortical bone (develops after 30 days) Cloaca formation space in which dead bone resides MR findings Bone marrow hypointense on T1WI hyperintense on T2WI[] Ages range from 39 to 64 years, and reasons for amputation included infection, pain, and necrosis.[] The essentials of the diagnosis include an initial presentation with pain at a knee or hip joint and tenderness over the vertebral bodies.[]

    Missing: Abnormal X-Ray of the Tibia
  • Acute Polyarticular Gouty Arthritis

    Additionally, because of the chronicity of the process, bone production leads to sclerotic borders, overhanging edges, bony enlargement, and irregular spicules at the sites[] Three days into his admission he begins to complain of severe bilateral wrist, elbow, and right knee pain. On exam, he is febrile to 38.22  C (100.8  F).[] A 52-year-old female with chronic knee, wrist, and hand stiffness and pain presents with increased left knee pain for the past 3 days.[]

    Missing: Abnormal X-Ray of the Tibia

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