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Intraosseous "Lipoma" of the Calcaneus Developing in an Intraosseous Ganglion Cyst by Garret M Powell et al.

Published: 2018 Dec
Issue: 12(12) :: Pages: 16-24


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Abstract: Intraosseous lipomas are rare primary bone tumors, most common to the calcaneus. There are several proposed theories of the natural etiology of intraosseous lipomas; however, all lack definitive support. In this report, an 18-year-old man presented with radiologic evidence of a simple bone cyst of the calcaneus. Over a 4-year period, the patient was followed with interval magnetic resonance imaging. The cyst demonstrated progressive development of peripheral intralesional fat with final magnetic resonance imaging features characteristic of an intraosseous lipoma. To our knowledge, this is the first longitudinal study that shows gradual peripheral fat deposition within an intraosseous ganglion cyst, illustrating a potential cause of intraosseous lipomas of the calcaneus.


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Primary Breast Liposarcoma by Bhagyam Nagarajan et al.

Published: 2018 Dec
Issue: 12(12) :: Pages: 10-15


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Abstract: Liposarcoma of breast is a rare breast malignancy. It accounts for 0.3% of the breast sarcomas. Subtypes of breast sarcomas are angiosarcoma (most common), liposarcoma, malignant fibrous histiocytoma, leiomyosarcoma and fibrosarcoma. We hereby report a case of liposarcoma in a 55 year old female emphasizing the imaging features that can aid in differentiating it from carcinomas, other sarcomas and benign fat containing masses. This is important as treatment of these varying conditions differ widely. Histologically, liposarcoma may be well differentiated, mixed or dedifferentiated (high grade). Risk of metastasis and recurrence increase with higher grade. Determination of the degree of differentiation is important for surgical planning and prognosis.


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Fibrocartilaginous Embolization - a Rare Cause of Spinal Cord Infarction: Case Report by Zuzana Lišková et al.

Published: 2018 Dec
Issue: 12(12) :: Pages: 1-9


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Abstract: A case of fibrocartilaginous embolization in 24-year-old female as a rare cause of spinal cord infarction is presented. It manifests as infarction syndrome with rapid progression of clinical signs - acute onset of quadriparesis and respiratory insufficiency. Among imaging studies MRI is the most accurate as it readily capable of detection of myelopathy and acute intervertebral disc lesion. Other laboratory tests and imaging modalities are usually normal. The final diagnosis is made by exclusion.


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