melorheostosis. this case was brought to me about 2 months into private practice after my oral boards. & i thought we just learned all of this stuff for nothing ;)
just a little subcutaneous emphysema (& right pneumothorax & pneumomediastinum & pneumopericardium).
skull fractures. one in left parietal region is minimally depressed.
median arcuate ligament syndrome. presents with abdominal pain +/- weight loss. compression of celiac axis with post-stenotic dilation. this case demonstrates classic fish hook sign.
8 yo male with sudden right hypotropia (inability to look up). enlargement of right superior rectus muscle with increased signal intensity on fluid sensitive sequences & contrast enhancement.
MFH-like (malignant fibrous histiocytoma) liposarcoma.
synovial sarcoma in the prevertebral soft tissues with destruction/extension into multiple cervical vertebral bodies.
elderly man found unresponsive on the ground in prone position next to his dump truck. in addition to this comminuted manubrial fracture, the ER states he had a 6 cm full thickness tongue laceration. ouch!!