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never visited MULTIPLE HEREDITARY EXOSTOSIS SYNDROME
Contributed by: Michael Richardson, Radiologist, University of Washington, Washington, USA.
Patient: 43 year old male
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Fig. 1: AP view of the right knee

Fig. 2: Lateral view of the right knee

Fig. 3: AP view of the right knee

Fig. 4: Lateral view of the right knee

Fig. 5: AP view of right femur

Fig. 6: Frogleg lateral view of right femur

Fig. 7: External rotation view of right humerus

Fig. 8: Internal rotation view of right humerus

Fig. 9: Grashey internal rotation view of right shoulder

Fig. 10: Grashey external rotation view of right shoulder

Fig. 11: AP view of right scapula

Fig. 12: Y view of right scapula

Fig. 13: Axial CT of pelvis

Fig. 14: Grashey MPR CT of shoulder

Fig. 15: Coronal MPR CT of pelvis

Fig. 16: 3D surface reconstruction of shoulder

Fig. 17: 3D surface reconstruction of shoulder

Fig. 18: 3D surface reconstruction of shoulder

Fig. 19: 3D volume rendered CT of shoulder

Fig. 20: 3D volume rendered CT of shoulder

Fig. 21: 3D volume rendered CT of pelvis

Fig. 22: 3D volume rendered CT of pelvis

Fig. 23: 3D volume rendered CT of pelvis

Multimedia: 912547.mov
Fig. 24: 3D surface rendered QuickTime movie of pelvis (3.8 MB)
Diagnosis: Multiple hereditary exostosis syndrome
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Case Number: 912499Last Updated: 12-18-2004
Anatomy: Skeletal System   Pathology: Congenital
Modality: Conventional RadiographExam Date: Access Level: Readable by all users

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