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Bony Anatomy and Bony Density

by Hetal Verma, MD
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    The lecture Bony Anatomy and Bony Density by Hetal Verma, MD is from the course Musculoskeletal Radiology.


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    1. It appears similar to lytic metastasis but is usually fewer in number.
    2. It is a primary bone malignancy.
    3. It can cause a single lytic lesion called plasmacytoma.
    4. It causes multiple low-density well-circumscribed lesions throughout the skull.
    5. Punched out appearance is very typical for multiple myeloma.
    1. Paget's disease
    2. Metastases.
    3. Osteopenia.
    4. Multiple myeloma.
    5. Osteomyelitis.
    1. Bones are best evaluated with radiographs taken in at least three views.
    2. The bones are best evaluated initially by radiographs.
    3. MRI is best used to visualize the surrounding structures.
    4. The cortical bone appears denser than the grayish medullary cavity.
    5. Bone density is the whiteness of the bone as seen on the radiographs.
    1. …causes collapse of the affected bone.
    2. …leads to decreased density on the radiographs.
    3. …results in bony ischemia resulting from hyperplasia of the bone.
    4. …presents as a linear lucency indicating a subcapsular fracture.
    5. …causes decreased sclerosis in the superior femoral head.

    Author of lecture Bony Anatomy and Bony Density

     Hetal Verma, MD

    Hetal Verma, MD


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