Spine
Case 1 - Ependymoma
Ependymomas are benign neoplasms effecting the spinal cord seen usually in the third to sixth decade.  They grow longitudinally over several vertebral  segments and eventually produce erosion of vertebral components. They enhance diffusely. Symptoms include back pain and radiculopathies of the lower extremities.
CASE 2 - INSTABILITY

cervical instability due to os odontoidium

CASE 3- STENOSIS

lateral radiograph and ct images of calcification of the pll with central spinal canal stenosis and left neural foraminal stenosis

CASE 4-NERVE SCHEATH TUMOR

nerve scheath tumor: most likely schwannoma or neurofibroma

CASE 5 - DISC HERNIATION

L5-S1 DISC EXTRUSION (HERNIATION) DISPLACING THE RIGHT S1 TRAVERSING  N. ROOT

CASE 6 - METASTATIC TUMOR
L-3 METS FROM PROSTATE. NOTE THE BODY AND PEDICLE MARROW  REPLACEMENT
CASE 7 - INTRAOSSEOUS HEMANGIOMA
  L-3  VERTEBRAL HEMANGIOMA
CASE 8 - ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS
CASE 9 - SYNOVIAL CYST
CASE 10 - OSTEOPOIKILOSIS

 

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