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Musculo Skeletal, bone, muscle, nerves and other soft tissues | 7.1 Bone
Case 7.1.2 Exostosis


Exostosis:
Exostosis of the femur in a 16 year old girl
Exostosis:
Exostosis (hyperechoic) with a smooth cartilage cap (hypoechoic) in a 15 year old child
Exostosis:
Exostosis (hyperechoic) of the humerus with cartilage cap (hyopechoic) in a 14 year old
Exostosis:
Broad based exostosis (hyperechoic) of the humerus with a smooth cartilage cap (hypoechoic) in a 16 year old child
Exostosis:
Exostosis (hyperechoic) of the femur with a smooth cartilage cap (hypoechoic) in a 12 year old child
Exostosis:
Osteocartilaginous exostosis of the distal femur with a cartilage cap and snapping quadriceps muscle
Exostosis:
Exostosis of the clavicle
Exostosis:
Exostosis of the tibia in a patient with multiple osteocartilaginous exostosis
Exostosis:
Exostosis of the humerus
Exostosis:
Exostosis on the medial side of the tibia
Exostosis:
Irregular osteocartilaginous exostosis of the dorsal aspect of the tibia with a thick cartilaginous cap
Exostosis:
Large osteocartilaginous exostosis with a thick cartilaginous cap
Exostosis:
Exostosis of the femur (*1) with quadriceps muscle rupture (*2)
Exostosis:
Osteocartilaginous exostosis of the scapula with fluid and synovial thickening
Exostosis:
Osteocartilaginous exostosis surrounded by a large hematoma
Pitfalls:
Pitfall calcifications around the tip of a screw in a patient with osteosynthesis mimicking an exostosis
Exostosis:
Exostosis of the femur in a 16 year old girl
Exostosis:
Exostosis (hyperechoic) with a smooth cartilage cap (hypoechoic) in a 15 year old child
Exostosis:
Exostosis (hyperechoic) of the humerus with cartilage cap (hyopechoic) in a 14 year old
Exostosis:
Broad based exostosis (hyperechoic) of the humerus with a smooth cartilage cap (hypoechoic) in a 16 year old child
Exostosis:
Exostosis (hyperechoic) of the femur with a smooth cartilage cap (hypoechoic) in a 12 year old child
Exostosis:
Osteocartilaginous exostosis of the distal femur with a cartilage cap and snapping quadriceps muscle
Exostosis:
Exostosis of the clavicle
Exostosis:
Exostosis of the tibia in a patient with multiple osteocartilaginous exostosis
Exostosis:
Exostosis of the humerus
Exostosis:
Exostosis on the medial side of the tibia
Exostosis:
Irregular osteocartilaginous exostosis of the dorsal aspect of the tibia with a thick cartilaginous cap
Exostosis:
Large osteocartilaginous exostosis with a thick cartilaginous cap
Exostosis:
Exostosis of the femur (*1) with quadriceps muscle rupture (*2)
Exostosis:
Osteocartilaginous exostosis of the scapula with fluid and synovial thickening
Exostosis:
Osteocartilaginous exostosis surrounded by a large hematoma
Pitfalls:
Pitfall calcifications around the tip of a screw in a patient with osteosynthesis mimicking an exostosis
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