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Aunt Minnie Radiology Cases 2


  1. Penumbra sign – Osteomyelitis. 
  2. Left temporal region arachnoid cyst
  3. Dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor (DNET) right temporal lobe.
  4. Azygos lobe
  5. Chronic osteomyelitis right Tibia.
  6. Multiple enchondromas – Ollier’s disease with a pathological fracture. (Only enchondromas – Ollier’s)
  7. Supracondylar fracture humerus – Positive fat pad sign and displaced anterior humeral line.
  8. Solitary osteochondroma/exostosis.
  9. Right subpulmonic effusion, lateral displacement of the diaphragm dome- Click here for lateral decubitus radiograph
  10. Osteitis condensans ilii

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I have completed medical school from KEM Hospital Mumbai and radiology residency from Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai. I am a board-certified radiologist in India.

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