Hydatid disease of bone with adjacent joint involvement. A radiological follow-up of 12 years.


Osseous lesions have been reported in only 1-2% of patients with hydatid disease. Joint involvement is usually due to secondary extension from the adjacent bone, although primary hydatid synovitis after haematogenous spread of the infection can be seen. We present a long-term radiological follow-up (12 yr) in a patient who developed hydatid disease of the… (More)


Figures and Tables

Sorry, we couldn't extract any figures or tables for this paper.

Slides referencing similar topics