We review the clinical history and imaging (CT and/or MR) studies in three patients with histologically proved extraorbital inflammatory pseudotumor of the head and neck. The imaging findings in all three cases were nonspecific, mimicking a malignant tumor or granulomatous disease.
MRI of the knee joint is one of the most common and important clinical applications in most MRI units today. Thorough knowledge of the detailed anatomy is a prerequisite for the understanding of knee pathology. This article reviews the MR anatomy of menisci, the cruciate ligaments, the medial and lateral supporting structures, the extensor mechanism,… (More)
We report a child with Borrelia burgdorferi meningoradiculitis. This entity, also known as Bannwarth syndrome, is rare and its presentation with low back pain only is even more unusual. The MRI findings can suggest the diagnosis.