Primary multifocal skeletal Hodgkin’s disease confined to bone

@article{Eustace1995PrimaryMS,
  title={Primary multifocal skeletal Hodgkin’s disease confined to bone},
  author={Stephen E Eustace and Ruth M. O’Regan and Derek Graham and Des Carney},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={24},
  pages={61-63}
}
Fig. 2. Anteroposterior Tc-MDP bone scan of pelvis indicates foci of increased uptake of radiopharmaceutical at the left femoral neck and right iliac wing of pelvis Fig. 3. A Spin echo T1 weighted (TR 70, TE 17) coronal sections of pelvis demonstrate the presence of low-signal deposits in both the neck of the left femur and the iliac wing on the right side. B Gradient echo (flip angle 40 ~ ) FISP sequences demonstrating an area of high signal in the neck of the left femur and the iliac wing on… CONTINUE READING

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