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Case 8349

Skeletal muscle metastasis from malignant melanoma

Author(s)
Parchi P, Paolicchi A, Barattini M, Ruschi F, Rossi M, Caramella D, Lisanti M
 
Patient
female, 50 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    RX

    Focal osteolytic lesion within the musculus Tibialis Anterior.

     
     
     
  • Figure 2
    US

    Hyporeflective lesion having a diameter of 2 cm and localised within the musculus Tibialis Anterior. The cortical bone shows irregular reflectivity, compatible with bone erosion.

     
     
     
  • Figure 3
    MRI
     

    SE T1: axial plane - Focal (hyperintense) solid lesion, with a diameter of 2 cm, localised within the musclulus Tibialis Anterior. There is erosion of the cortical bone.

     

    STIR - Thickening and infiltration of the periosteum around the lesion. No bone marrow edema is visible.

     

    SE T1: sagittal plane - Focal (hyperintense) solid lesion localised within the musculus Tibialis Anterior. Erosion of the cortical bone is visible. There is no alteration of muscle around the lesion.

     
     
     
Focal osteolytic lesion within the musculus Tibialis Anterior.
 
Hyporeflective lesion having a diameter of 2 cm and localised within the musculus Tibialis Anterior. The cortical bone shows irregular reflectivity, compatible with bone erosion.
 
SE T1: axial plane - Focal (hyperintense) solid lesion, with a diameter of 2 cm, localised within the musclulus Tibialis Anterior. There is erosion of the cortical bone.
 
STIR - Thickening and infiltration of the periosteum around the lesion. No bone marrow edema is visible.
 
SE T1: sagittal plane - Focal (hyperintense) solid lesion localised within the musculus Tibialis Anterior. Erosion of the cortical bone is visible. There is no alteration of muscle around the lesion.
 
 
 
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