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Musculo Skeletal, bone, muscle, nerves and other soft tissues | 7.2 Muscle
Case 7.2.4 Miscellaneous post-traumatic muscle lesions


Hematoma:
Large gastrocnemius hematoma
Hematoma:
Hematoma in the vastus lateralis muscle (the mass is not vascularized)
Hematoma:
Quadriceps hematoma and active bleeding
Hematoma pitfalls:
Large abscess in the quadriceps muscle that because of the absence of fever first was interpreted as a possible hematoma
Fibrosis:
Muscle rupture with fibrosis
Fibrosis:
Two month old crush injury of the vastus medialis muscle with a muscle defect with fibrosis
Fibrosis:
Old hamstring rupture with fibrosis
Fibrosis:
Old and new traumatic lesions along the central aponeurosis of the rectus femoris muscle
Fibrosis:
Fibrotic changes around the central aponeurosis of the rectus femoris muscle
Fibrosis:
Post traumatic changes around the central aponeurosis of the rectus femoris muscle with calcifications and fibrotic changes
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans with calcifications (*1) and small muscle rupture (*2)
Calcifications:
Rupture of the proximal part of the biceps femoris muscle with seroma and calcification
Calcifications:
Vastus intermedius seroma and myositis ossificans
Calcifications:
Large vastus medialis rupture with seromas and myositis ossificans
Calcifications:
Hematoma in the vastus intermedius muscle in a patient with hemophilia
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans in the vastus intermedius muscle with calcifications
Calcifications:
Calcifying hematoma in the vastus intermedius muscle
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans in the vastus intermedius muscle
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans in the vastus intermedius muscle with calcifications
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans in the vastus intermedius muscle with calcifications
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans in the proximal rectus femoris muscle
Calcifications:
Rectus femoris rupture with seroma and calcifications
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans with calcifations in the rectus femoris muscle
Calcifications:
Distal rectus femoris muscle rupture with massive calcification
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans of the biceps muscle
Muscle hernia:
Muscle hernia with protruding muscle through a fascia defect
Muscle hernia:
Grade 2 medial vastus muscle rupture with a large defect in the fascia with herniation of muscle tissue
Muscle hernia:
Muscle hernia with a defect in the muscle fascia
Muscle hernia:
Muscle hernia with protruding muscle through a fascia defect
Muscle hernia:
Muscle hernia with protruding muscle through a fascia defect effect of compression
Miscellaneous:
Myositis and fascia defect after osteosynthesis of a fibula fracture
Miscellaneous:
Localized thickening of the plantaris tendon after an ankle sprain
Miscellaneous:
Old gastrocnemius rupture with retracted muscle and thickened intermuscular septum
Miscellaneous:
Irregular deltoid muscle mass that pathology proved to be postraumatic
Hematoma:
Large gastrocnemius hematoma
Hematoma:
Hematoma in the vastus lateralis muscle (the mass is not vascularized)
Hematoma:
Quadriceps hematoma and active bleeding
Hematoma pitfalls:
Large abscess in the quadriceps muscle that because of the absence of fever first was interpreted as a possible hematoma
Fibrosis:
Muscle rupture with fibrosis
Fibrosis:
Two month old crush injury of the vastus medialis muscle with a muscle defect with fibrosis
Fibrosis:
Old hamstring rupture with fibrosis
Fibrosis:
Old and new traumatic lesions along the central aponeurosis of the rectus femoris muscle
Fibrosis:
Fibrotic changes around the central aponeurosis of the rectus femoris muscle
Fibrosis:
Post traumatic changes around the central aponeurosis of the rectus femoris muscle with calcifications and fibrotic changes
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans with calcifications (*1) and small muscle rupture (*2)
Calcifications:
Rupture of the proximal part of the biceps femoris muscle with seroma and calcification
Calcifications:
Vastus intermedius seroma and myositis ossificans
Calcifications:
Large vastus medialis rupture with seromas and myositis ossificans
Calcifications:
Hematoma in the vastus intermedius muscle in a patient with hemophilia
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans in the vastus intermedius muscle with calcifications
Calcifications:
Calcifying hematoma in the vastus intermedius muscle
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans in the vastus intermedius muscle
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans in the vastus intermedius muscle with calcifications
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans in the vastus intermedius muscle with calcifications
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans in the proximal rectus femoris muscle
Calcifications:
Rectus femoris rupture with seroma and calcifications
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans with calcifations in the rectus femoris muscle
Calcifications:
Distal rectus femoris muscle rupture with massive calcification
Calcifications:
Myositis ossificans of the biceps muscle
Muscle hernia:
Muscle hernia with protruding muscle through a fascia defect
Muscle hernia:
Grade 2 medial vastus muscle rupture with a large defect in the fascia with herniation of muscle tissue
Muscle hernia:
Muscle hernia with a defect in the muscle fascia
Muscle hernia:
Muscle hernia with protruding muscle through a fascia defect
Muscle hernia:
Muscle hernia with protruding muscle through a fascia defect effect of compression
Miscellaneous:
Myositis and fascia defect after osteosynthesis of a fibula fracture
Miscellaneous:
Localized thickening of the plantaris tendon after an ankle sprain
Miscellaneous:
Old gastrocnemius rupture with retracted muscle and thickened intermuscular septum
Miscellaneous:
Irregular deltoid muscle mass that pathology proved to be postraumatic
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