Paradiaphyseal calcific tendinitis with cortical bone erosion.

  title={Paradiaphyseal calcific tendinitis with cortical bone erosion.},
  author={Peter Fritz and Thomas Bardin and Jean Denis Laredo and Jean Marc Ziza and G D'Anglejan and Juliette Lansaman and Barbara Bucki and Michel Forest and Daniel Kuntz},
  journal={Arthritis and rheumatism},
  volume={37 5},
OBJECTIVE To determine the clinical, radiologic, and histologic features of calcific tendinitis with cortical bone erosion. METHODS The records of 6 patients with paradiaphyseal calcific tendinitis and adjacent bone cortex erosion were reviewed. RESULTS Calcific tendinitis involved the linea aspera in 4 patients, the bicipital groove in 1 patient, and the deltoid insertion in another. Calcium deposits were associated with cortical bone erosions, revealed on plain radiographs in 4 patients… CONTINUE READING


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