We describe a case in which 120 ml of contrast media was extravasated into the biceps brachii compartment with a power injector during the course of an attempted CT angiogram. The patient underwent surgical fasciotomy and drainage. The radiographic appearance and clinical implications of this event are discussed.
We report the imaging characteristics of osteochondritis dissecans of the tarsal navicular bone in four cases and review the current literature. Its radiological findings are similar to osteochondritis dissecans found in other sites: focal lucency that disrupts the sharp cortical line, the presence of sclerosis, and cortical depression.