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Short 4th and 5th metacarpals: Radiograph of the left hand shows the 4th and 5th metacarpals are abnormally shorter than the other metacarpals. Additionally, the third metacarpal is abnormally bowed.

Short and metacarpals: Radiograph of the left hand shows the and metacarpals are abnormally shorter than the other metacarpals. Additionally, the third metacarpal is abnormally bowed.

A radiograph of a hand dipped in iodine. The density of the fluid on the surface allows the visibility of soft structures that a radiograph would not normally image in detail.

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Synovial Sarcoma: Frontal radiograph of the foot demonstrates a heavily calcified lesion which is arising from the dorsum of the foot between the and metatarsals (white arrows)

Freiberg disease (also known as Freiberg infraction) is osteochondrosis of metatarsal heads. It typically affects the 2nd metatarsal head (the third and fourth may also be affected). It can be bilateral in up to 10% of cases. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/freiberg-disease

Freiberg disease (also known as Freiberg infraction) is osteochondrosis of metatarsal heads. It typically affects the 2nd metatarsal head (the third and fourth may also be affected). It can be bilateral in up to 10% of cases. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/freiberg-disease

Haemochromatosis - hand arthropathy This patient punched a wall and was assessed in the ED for a boxer's fracture. Pictured: Overhanging (hooked) osteophytes of the metacarpal heads of the right index. The overhanging osteophytes ( aka hooked or beak-like osteophyes) at the heads of the metacarpals of index and long fingers are typical for haemochromatosis. Chondrocalcinosis is not prominent in this case. The main differential diagnosis of haemochromatosis is CPPD.

hooked or beak-like osteophytes) at the heads of the metacarpals of index and long fingers are typical for haemochromatosis. Chondrocalcinosis is not prominent in this case. The main differential diagnosis of h.

A brown tumour is one of the manifestations of hyperparathyroidism. It represents a reparative cellular process, rather than a neoplastic process.  In chronic renal disease, continual, excessive urinary calcium excretion can lower  serum calcium level and lead to a rise in parathormone secretion where skeletal calcium is mobilized to maintain normal serum calcium levels.  Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/brown-tumour

A brown tumour is one of the manifestations of hyperparathyroidism. It represents a reparative cellular process, rather than a neoplastic process. In chronic renal disease, continual, excessive urinary calcium excretion can lower serum calcium level and lead to a rise in parathormone secretion where skeletal calcium is mobilized to maintain normal serum calcium levels. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/brown-tumour

Dislocated Proximal Interphalangeal Joint – Frontal radiograph of the hand reveals ulnar dislocation of the third proximal interphalangeal joint (yellow arrow).

This is a case of a dislocated third proximal interphalangeal joint. See another case of a dislocated interphalangeal joint here.

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Superhero----------------------------------------------------Mirror hand (ulnar dimelia) in a toddler. Needless to say this is a very rare congenital abnormality.

Short metacarpals in Turner syndrome | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Short metacarpals in Turner syndrome | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Enchondroma | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

I want to be a radiologist because I want to learn how to read x-rays and help people.

Enchondroma | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Enchondroma is a benign cartilaginous neoplasm in the medullary cavity.

Osteopoikilosis

Incidental finding of Osteopoikilosis which is a sclerosing bony dysplasia with multiple enostoses.

Bimalleolar ankle fracture | Unidad Especializada en Ortopedia y Traumatologia www.unidadortopedia.com PBX: 6923370. Bogotá - Colombia.

Unstable Weber B fracture of the right distal fibular and fracture of the medial malleolus (bimalleolar ankle fracture) with subsequent internal fixation that failed to recognise a syndesmotic injury.

Barton fracture | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Barton fractures are fractures of the distal radius. It is also sometimes termed the dorsal type Barton fracture to distinguish it from the volar type or reverse Barton fracture. Barton fractures extend through the dorsal aspect to the articular.

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Enchondroma - the most common benign tumour of the hand. Growth of cartilage that arises on the metaphysis of a bone.

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