Monday, April 24, 2006

Radiology Quiz-Musculoskeletal Radiology

Quiz Section
What is the radiological finding in the Xray of the arm and what are the associated conditions? Give your answers in the comments section. The winners and the correct answers will be published here next week. [Real Straight forward one :-)]
WINNERS-
Richa, Mona
CORRECT ANSWER- ABSENT RADIUS
ASSOCIATED SYNDROMES-
MNEMONIC-"THEFT"
TAR Syndrome, Holt Oram, Ectodermal Dysplasia, Fanconi syndrome, Trisomies

4 comments:

Judy said...

Would that be "nursmaid's elbow"? Dislocation of the elbow which can occur when the hand is held tightly as the child throws himself to the ground in a fit of anger.

mona said...

mona said- Absent radius syndrome?. associated with thrombocytopenia

Richa said...

absent radius..
associated with TAR, VATER, Holt- Oram, Fanconi's anaemia, occasionally seen in trisomy 13,18 and seckel syndrome too

jo said...

I think it is a case of ulnar developmental deficiency. The radius is present, and the radial head is dislocated.

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