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Case 6.4.5 Tumors


Giant cell tumors:
Giant cell tumor
Giant cell tumors:
Giant cell tumor in the finger
Giant cell tumors:
Tumor on the dorsal side of the finger that proved to be a giant cell tumor
Giant cell tumors:
Giant cell tumor with a hypoechoic mass surrounding the flexor tendon
Giant cell tumors:
Hypoechoic vascularized soft tissue mass around the flexor tendon that proved to be a giant cell tumor but could be mistaken for a tenosynov ...
Giant cell tumors:
Tumor mass around the flexor tendons of the finger that proved to be a giant cell tumor
Giant cell tumors:
Giant cell tumor with a hypoechoic vascularized mass surrounding the flexor tendon
Giant cell tumors:
Giant cell tumor with a hypoechoic vascularized mass surrounding the flexor tendon
Giant cell tumors:
Giant cell tumor with a hypoechoic vascularized soft tissue mass between the distal end of the proximal phalanx and the flexor tendons
Pitfalls giant cell tumor:
Vascularized soft tissue mass in continuation with the flexor tendon and with a bony erosion. We interpreted it as probably a giant cell tum ...
Glomus tumors:
Glomus tumor with hypoechoic vascularized mass and bony erosion
Glomus tumors:
Glomus tumor with a vascularized subungual hypoechoic mass with bony erosion
Glomus tumors:
Glomus tumor with a hypoechoic mass under the nail
Glomus tumors:
Small glomus tumor with a hypoechoic vascularized mass under the finger nail. There is a small bony erosion.
Glomus tumors:
Glomus tumor with a hypoechoic vascularized mass below the nail of digit 5 with a bony erosion
Glomus tumors:
3 mm small glomus tumor under the nail with a vascularized subungual lesion with bony erosion
Glomus tumors:
Glomus tumor in the nail bed
Miscellaneous:
Glomangioma in the finger with a well defined hypoechoic vascularized mass
Pitfall glomus tumors:
Vascularized soft tissue mass in the nailbed with subungual extension and bony erosion interpreted as a possible glomus tumor but that prove ...
Fibrous tumors:
Dermatofibroma with a hypoechoic mass at the dorsal side of the finger
Fibrous tumors:
Dermatofibroma with a hypoechoic mass at the dorsal side of the distal interphalangeal joint
Fibrous tumors:
Tumor anterior of the flexor tendon of digit 4 that was interpreted as a giant cell tumor. At operation the mass was found to be a fibromato ...
Fibrous tumors:
Dupuytren with a palmar fibroma superficial of the flexor tendon
Fibrous tumors:
Palmar fibroma with a well defined hypoechoic mass anterior of the flexor tendons
Fibrous tumors:
Hypoechoic tissue on the volar aspect of digit 5 between the PIP joint and the flexor tendon that proved to be a fibroma
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid cyst with a non vascularized well circumscribed lesion after a drill injury
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid inclusion cyst next to the flexor tendon of the finger
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid inclusion cyst with a cyst filled with echogenic contents but no vascularity with color doppler
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid cyst in the finger
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid cyst with a non vascularized isoechoic compressible mass on the volar aspect of the tip of digit 2
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid cyst at the distal end of the finger
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid inclusion cyst with bony erosion second local recurrence
Hemangiomas and vascular malformations:
Slow flow Vascular malformation in the finger with an easy compressible mass lesion with flow during compression
Hemangiomas and vascular malformations:
Haemangioma with a hypoechoic easy compressible vascularized tumor on the volar side of the flexor tendon
Hemangiomas and vascular malformations:
Vascular malformation with a hypervascularized hypoechoic mass. The doppler signals show a low resistance doppler signal.
Hemangiomas and vascular malformations:
Synovial haemangioma of the proximal interphalangeal joint extending along the flexor tendon in a four year old child
Hemangiomas and vascular malformations:
Synovial hemangioma with a hypervascularized thickened synovium and a normal flexor tendon
Neurogenic tumors:
Post traumatic neuroma after glass injury
Neurogenic tumors:
Tumor in the web space that proved to be a schwannoma
Neurogenic tumors:
hypoechoic masses on the mediodorsal aspect of the finger that proved to be schwannomas with cystic degeneration
Neurogenic tumors:
Schwannoma in the finger with a well defined hypoechoic vascularized mass in relation to the nerve
Neurogenic tumors:
Small lesion in the finger in relation to a nerve that proved to be a neurofibroma
Neurogenic tumors :
Mass at the tip of the finger in continuity with a nerve that proved to be plexiform neurofibroma
Neurogenic tumors:
Soft tissue mass with cystic spaces in close relation to the interdigital nerve in the interdigital space of digit 2 and 3 of the hand that ...
Enchondroma:
Enchondroma of the distal phalanx of digit 5 with a vascularized soft tissue mass and a bony defect
Various tumors:
Multiple enchondromatosis (Ollier) of the finger. Biopsy showed a chondrotumor without signs of malignancy. Conclusion of the Dutch bonetumo ...
Various tumors:
Bony lesion of the proximal phalanx with cortical destruction and soft tissue extension that proved to be a metastasis of a transitional car ...
Various tumors:
Soft tissue mass that biopsy proved to be a granulomatous inflammation. In a patient with sarcoidosis
Various tumors:
Granuloma around a splinter in the thumb
Various tumors:
Granular cel tumor
Giant cell tumors:
Giant cell tumor
Giant cell tumors:
Giant cell tumor in the finger
Giant cell tumors:
Tumor on the dorsal side of the finger that proved to be a giant cell tumor
Giant cell tumors:
Giant cell tumor with a hypoechoic mass surrounding the flexor tendon
Giant cell tumors:
Hypoechoic vascularized soft tissue mass around the flexor tendon that proved to be a giant cell tumor but could be mistaken for a tenosynov ...
Giant cell tumors:
Tumor mass around the flexor tendons of the finger that proved to be a giant cell tumor
Giant cell tumors:
Giant cell tumor with a hypoechoic vascularized mass surrounding the flexor tendon
Giant cell tumors:
Giant cell tumor with a hypoechoic vascularized mass surrounding the flexor tendon
Giant cell tumors:
Giant cell tumor with a hypoechoic vascularized soft tissue mass between the distal end of the proximal phalanx and the flexor tendons
Pitfalls giant cell tumor:
Vascularized soft tissue mass in continuation with the flexor tendon and with a bony erosion. We interpreted it as probably a giant cell tum ...
Glomus tumors:
Glomus tumor with hypoechoic vascularized mass and bony erosion
Glomus tumors:
Glomus tumor with a vascularized subungual hypoechoic mass with bony erosion
Glomus tumors:
Glomus tumor with a hypoechoic mass under the nail
Glomus tumors:
Small glomus tumor with a hypoechoic vascularized mass under the finger nail. There is a small bony erosion.
Glomus tumors:
Glomus tumor with a hypoechoic vascularized mass below the nail of digit 5 with a bony erosion
Glomus tumors:
3 mm small glomus tumor under the nail with a vascularized subungual lesion with bony erosion
Glomus tumors:
Glomus tumor in the nail bed
Miscellaneous:
Glomangioma in the finger with a well defined hypoechoic vascularized mass
Pitfall glomus tumors:
Vascularized soft tissue mass in the nailbed with subungual extension and bony erosion interpreted as a possible glomus tumor but that prove ...
Fibrous tumors:
Dermatofibroma with a hypoechoic mass at the dorsal side of the finger
Fibrous tumors:
Dermatofibroma with a hypoechoic mass at the dorsal side of the distal interphalangeal joint
Fibrous tumors:
Tumor anterior of the flexor tendon of digit 4 that was interpreted as a giant cell tumor. At operation the mass was found to be a fibromato ...
Fibrous tumors:
Dupuytren with a palmar fibroma superficial of the flexor tendon
Fibrous tumors:
Palmar fibroma with a well defined hypoechoic mass anterior of the flexor tendons
Fibrous tumors:
Hypoechoic tissue on the volar aspect of digit 5 between the PIP joint and the flexor tendon that proved to be a fibroma
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid cyst with a non vascularized well circumscribed lesion after a drill injury
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid inclusion cyst next to the flexor tendon of the finger
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid inclusion cyst with a cyst filled with echogenic contents but no vascularity with color doppler
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid cyst in the finger
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid cyst with a non vascularized isoechoic compressible mass on the volar aspect of the tip of digit 2
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid cyst at the distal end of the finger
Epidermoid cysts:
Epidermoid inclusion cyst with bony erosion second local recurrence
Hemangiomas and vascular malformations:
Slow flow Vascular malformation in the finger with an easy compressible mass lesion with flow during compression
Hemangiomas and vascular malformations:
Haemangioma with a hypoechoic easy compressible vascularized tumor on the volar side of the flexor tendon
Hemangiomas and vascular malformations:
Vascular malformation with a hypervascularized hypoechoic mass. The doppler signals show a low resistance doppler signal.
Hemangiomas and vascular malformations:
Synovial haemangioma of the proximal interphalangeal joint extending along the flexor tendon in a four year old child
Hemangiomas and vascular malformations:
Synovial hemangioma with a hypervascularized thickened synovium and a normal flexor tendon
Neurogenic tumors:
Post traumatic neuroma after glass injury
Neurogenic tumors:
Tumor in the web space that proved to be a schwannoma
Neurogenic tumors:
hypoechoic masses on the mediodorsal aspect of the finger that proved to be schwannomas with cystic degeneration
Neurogenic tumors:
Schwannoma in the finger with a well defined hypoechoic vascularized mass in relation to the nerve
Neurogenic tumors:
Small lesion in the finger in relation to a nerve that proved to be a neurofibroma
Neurogenic tumors :
Mass at the tip of the finger in continuity with a nerve that proved to be plexiform neurofibroma
Neurogenic tumors:
Soft tissue mass with cystic spaces in close relation to the interdigital nerve in the interdigital space of digit 2 and 3 of the hand that ...
Enchondroma:
Enchondroma of the distal phalanx of digit 5 with a vascularized soft tissue mass and a bony defect
Various tumors:
Multiple enchondromatosis (Ollier) of the finger. Biopsy showed a chondrotumor without signs of malignancy. Conclusion of the Dutch bonetumo ...
Various tumors:
Bony lesion of the proximal phalanx with cortical destruction and soft tissue extension that proved to be a metastasis of a transitional car ...
Various tumors:
Soft tissue mass that biopsy proved to be a granulomatous inflammation. In a patient with sarcoidosis
Various tumors:
Granuloma around a splinter in the thumb
Various tumors:
Granular cel tumor
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