By Stephen G. Davies MA MB BChir MRCP FRCR
Chapman and Nakielny’s Aids to Radiological Differential analysis has turn into a vintage source for trainees and practitioners world wide, to hone their wisdom of radiological differential analysis for the main ordinarily encountered stipulations during the physique. it really is a useful quick-reference better half in daily perform, in addition to a necessary research software whilst getting ready for the FRCR or related examinations.
This new version is punctiliously revised and up-to-date in keeping with most recent scientific perform, wisdom and directions. the 1st part provides lists of differential diagnoses, supplemented through notes on helpful evidence and discriminating elements. those help with the systematic review of radiographs and photographs from different modalities. the second one part bargains certain summaries of the attribute radiological visual appeal of quite a lot of scientific conditions.
New to this version is complementary entry to the entire, totally searchable publication, making it much more useful to exploit than ever prior to, every time, at any place!
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If the patient is less than 6 months of age then consider: 1. Biliary atresia. 2. Metabolic bone disease of prematurity – combined dietary deficiency and hepatic hydroxylation of vitamin D. 3. Hypophosphatasia*. 4. Vitamin D-dependent rickets – rachitic changes are associated with a severe myopathy in spite of adequate dietary intake of vitamin D. , 2002. Oncogenic osteomalacia. Semin Musculoskelet Radiol 6 (3), 191–196. ) 21 Aids to radiological differential diagnosis The different types are, in general, non-specific, having multiple aetiologies.
B) Ewing’s sarcoma*. (c) Central chondrosarcoma*. (d) Fibrosarcoma and malignant fibrous histiocytoma. , 2007. MR imaging characteristics in primary lymphoma of bone with emphasis on nonaggressive appearance. Skeletal Radiol 36 (10), 937–944. , 2011. Radiographic analysis of solitary bone lesions [Review]. Radiol Clin North Am 49 (6), 1095–1114, v. 14 LUCENT BONE LESION IN THE MEDULLA – WELL-DEFINED, ECCENTRIC EXPANSION 1. Giant cell tumour*. 2. Aneurysmal bone cyst*. 3. Enchondroma*. 4. Non-ossifying fibroma (fibrous cortical defect)*.
D) Gardner’s syndrome. 2. Acquired (a) Reiter’s syndrome*. (b) SAPHO* (synovitis, acne, pustulosis, hyperostosis, osteitis). 7 Aids to radiological differential diagnosis (c) (d) (e) (f) Lymphoma*. Sarcoidosis*. Haemangiomatosis. Lipoatrophic diabetes mellitus. Mixed osteolytic/osteosclerotic bone lesions 1. Gaucher’s disease. 2. Psoriatic arthritis*. 3. SAPHO*. 4. Reiter’s syndrome*. 5. Sarcoidosis*. 6. Pancreatic bone lesions. Tumorous lesions 1. Maffucci’s syndrome – enchondromatosis + haemangiomas.