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Spotters Set 45 – Interesting Radiology Cases 2

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  1. Mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS) – Although the case is a proven case of MPS, the imaging features match that of Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia tarda with platyspondyly and heaped up vertebra. Moriquio’s syndrome and Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita are similar in appearance but central beaking (Middle for Morquio),  maintained disc height and abnormal findings in the hand are characteristic of the former.  Hurler syndrome has inferior beaking of the vertebra.  Further reading and references: Yochum And Rowe's Essentials Of Skeletal Radiology and
    Skeletal dysplasias: A radiographic approach and review of common non-lethal skeletal dysplasias. Apologies for the confusion. Thanks to Dr. Tameem Bhatt and Dr. Yankit Jain for highlighting the discrepancy. Suggestions and edits can be submitted on our Telegram group and contact page.
  2. White cerebellum sign
  3. Calcified subependymal nodules – tuberous sclerosis.
  4. Suprasellar meningioma
  5. Developmental venous anomaly – Medusa head sign
  6. Developmental dysplasia of the left hip
  7. Carcinoma esophagus
  8. Bone-in bone appearance. Differentials: GHOST DRAGON
  9. Azygous lobe
  10. Supracondylar fracture with positive fat pad sign

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