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Case 860

A case of diaphyseal dysplasia : Camurati-Engelmann's disease or Ribbing's disease?

Author(s)
Nicola GIORDANO, Alfredo ORRICO, Paolo NARDI, Simone GERACI, Matteo BELLINI, Carlo GENNARI
 
Patient
male, 41 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    860_1a.jpg. X-ray of the left tibia: evidence of cortical thickening of the tibial diaphysis.

    Fig.1a. X-ray of the left tibia: evidence of cortical thickening of the tibial diaphysis.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: 860_1a.jpg. X-ray of the left tibia: evidence of cortical thickening of the tibial diaphysis.;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    860_2a.jpg . X-ray of the right tibia: evidence of cortical thickening of the tibial diaphysis.

    Fig.2a. X-ray of the right tibia: evidence of cortical thickening of the tibial diaphysis.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: 860_2a.jpg . X-ray of the right tibia: evidence of cortical thickening of the tibial diaphysis.;
     
     
  • Figure 3
    860_3a.jpg . X-ray of the forearms: evidence of bilateral, cortical thickening in the lower third...

    Fig. 3a. X-ray of the forearms: evidence of bilateral, cortical thickening in the lower third of the radium and ulna.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: 860_3a.jpg . X-ray of the forearms: evidence of bilateral, cortical thickening in the lower third of the radium and ulna.;
     
     
Fig.1a. X-ray of the left tibia: evidence of cortical thickening of the tibial diaphysis.
 
Fig.2a. X-ray of the right tibia: evidence of cortical thickening of the tibial diaphysis.
 
Fig. 3a. X-ray of the forearms: evidence of bilateral, cortical thickening in the lower third of the radium and ulna.
 
 
 
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