Sriram Jaganathan

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The purpose of this pictorial assay is to demonstrate the imaging features of the various musculoskeletal manifestations of hemophilia, an X-linked disorder. Depending on the site of recurrent bleeding, musculoskeletal manifestation can be in the form of hemophilic arthropathy and/or soft tissue, intraosseous, or subperiosteal pseudotumors. Radiography,(More)
The synovium, a specialized vascular tissue, lines the diarthrodial joints, bursae, and tendon sheaths of the body. It helps in nourishment of articular structures. The synovium is affected by a variety of disorders that can be either localized or systemic. Although normal synovium is barely perceptible on magnetic resonance imaging, it provides an(More)
Skull base osteomyelitis is a potentially fatal disease. We demonstrate here the utility of SPECT/CT in diagnosing this entity, which was not obvious on a planar bone scan. A (99m)Tc MDP bone scan with SPECT/CT was carried out on a patient with clinically suspected skull base osteomyelitis. Findings were correlated with contrast-enhanced CT (CECT) and MRI.(More)
Vascular lesions of the scrotum are uncommon; the most common among them are varicocele lesions. The other vascular lesions that may involve the scrotum are hemangioma, lymphangioma, and arteriovenous malformations, which are exceedingly rare. The imaging modalities useful in the diagnosis and management of scrotal vascular lesions are grayscale sonography,(More)
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