Spotters Set 57 – Classic Radiology Cases 3

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Classic Radiology Cases

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  1. Subcutaneous epidermoid cyst – “pseudotestis appearance” on ultrasound with restricted diffusion on the MRI images.
  2. Branchial fistula.
  3. Solid Pseudopapillary Epithelial Neoplasm (SPEN) of the pancreatic tail. These are commonly seen in young females and associated with hemorrhage. Here is a good mnemonic for cystic pancreatic tumors: RadioGyan Thursday Tip.
  4. Acute epiploic appendagitis.
  5. Retinal detachment (Compare with choroidal detachment).
  6. Meconium peritonitis – Multiple foci of abdominal calcification in a neonate
  7. Double-bubble sign – duodenal atresia
  8. Sigmoid diverticulosis
  9. CSF pulsation artifact in the third ventricle on FLAIR images. Read more about radiographic / US / CT / MRI artifacts
  10. Positive anterior and posterior fat pad sign suggesting hemarthrosis due to fracture.

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These classic radiology cases have been contributed by Dr. Manoj Jadhav. Dr. Manoj has completed his MD in radiology and has trained in reputed institutes. He has recently cleared the EDiR exam as well. He is currently pursuing a fellowship in fetal imaging in Bengaluru, India. You can check out the previous cases uploaded by him (and other authors) on our contributing authors page.

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2 thoughts on “Spotters Set 57 – Classic Radiology Cases 3”

  1. Dr Abdul Latif Buriro

    Best web to enhance RADIOLOGY knowledge

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