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Spotters Set 8

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  1. Ruptured arteriovenous malformation in the left parieto-frontal lobe.
  2. Pyknodysostosis
  3. Mucopolysaccharidosis , likely Morquio due to central (Middle) beaking.
  4. Mature teratoma/ dermoid cyst of the right ovary.
  5. Bilateral hydatid cyst. Left sided cyst shows rupture with air- fluid levels.
  6. Communicating hydrocephalus due to basilar meningitis.
  7. Medullary infarct involving the lower end of tibia.
  8. Supraspinatus tendon calcific tendinitis.
  9. Omphalocele.
  10. Bilateral schizencephaly with periventricular Nodular Heterotopia (PVNH).

 

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2 thoughts on “Spotters Set 8”

  1. T SEETAM KUMAR

    its looking as inferior beaking rather more central beaking..

    1. Thanks for your comment Dr Kumar. I feel its central beaking. But that can be subjective. So in the answer its good to write the Mucopolysacchhroidosis and a specific differential following that. As I have mentioned.

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