Chapman & Nakielny's Aids to Radiological Differential by Stephen G. Davies MA MB BChir MRCP FRCR

By Stephen G. Davies MA MB BChir MRCP FRCR

Chapman and Nakielny’s Aids to Radiological Differential analysis has develop into a vintage source for trainees and practitioners world wide, to hone their wisdom of radiological differential analysis for the main typically encountered stipulations during the physique. it's a useful quick-reference spouse in daily perform, in addition to an important research device while getting ready for the FRCR or related examinations.

This re-creation is carefully revised and up-to-date in keeping with most modern medical perform, wisdom and instructions. the 1st part provides lists of differential diagnoses, supplemented through notes on worthwhile evidence and discriminating elements. those support with the systematic evaluation of radiographs and photographs from different modalities. the second one part bargains designated summaries of the attribute radiological visual appeal of quite a lot of scientific conditions.

New to this version is complementary entry to the total, absolutely searchable e-book, making it much more useful to take advantage of than ever earlier than, each time, anyplace!

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Dysbaric osteonecrosis. 2. Arteritis. 31 EROSIONS OF THE MEDIAL METAPHYSIS OF THE PROXIMAL HUMERUS 1 1. Normal variant. 2. Leukaemia. 3. Metastatic neuroblastoma. 4. Gaucher’s disease. 5. Hurler’s syndrome*. 6. Glycogen storage disease. 7. Niemann–Pick disease. 8. Hyperparathyroidism. 9. Rheumatoid arthritis. 32 EROSION OR ABSENCE OF THE OUTER END OF THE CLAVICLE 1. Rheumatoid arthritis*. 2. Post-traumatic osteolysis. 3. Multiple myeloma*. 4. Metastasis. 5. Hyperparathyroidism*. 6. Cleidocranial dysplasia*.

2. Crohn’s disease*. 3. Dysentery – amoebic or bacillary. 4. Lymphoma*. 5. Whipple’s disease. 6. Coeliac disease. 7. Cirrhosis – especially primary biliary cirrhosis. 8. Nasopharyngeal carcinomas (Schmincke’s tumour). 9. Juvenile polyposis. 28 EXCESSIVE CALLUS FORMATION 1. Steroid therapy and Cushing’s syndrome*. 2. Neuropathic arthropathy* – including congenital insensitivity to pain. 3. Osteogenesis imperfecta*. 4. Non-accidental injury*. 5. Paralytic states. 6. Renal osteodystrophy*. 7. Multiple myeloma*.

Metastatic disease – multiple, randomly scattered lesions especially in the axial skeleton. 2. Joint disease – commonly degenerative in the cervical spine, hips, hands and knees. Also inflammatory joint disease. 3. Traumatic fractures (a) Aligned fractures in ribs are traumatic. (b) Single lesions elsewhere – always ask if history of trauma. (c) Stress fractures. 4. Postsurgery – after joint replacement. Increased uptake lasts 1 year. 5. Paget’s disease* – diffuse involvement with much increased uptake often starting from bone end.

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