There are many bull's eye signs, also referred to as target signs.
- red bone marrow located in shaft of long bone with central yellow marrow on MRI
- peripheral plexiform neurofibromas on MRI
- intussusception: see target sign of intussusception
- choledocholithiasis: see target sign of choledocholithiasis
- cerebral metastases
- cerebral abscess
- barium studies 2
- lung granuloma
- lyme disease
- also described in tears of deep tendon of rectus femoris in athletes.
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- 1. Dunnick NR, Harell GS, Parker BR. Multiple "bull's-eye" lesions in gastric lymphoma. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 1976;126 (5): 965-9. AJR Am J Roentgenol (citation) - Pubmed citation
- 2. Rubesin SE, Levine MS, Laufer I. Double-contrast upper gastrointestinal radiography: a pattern approach for diseases of the stomach. Radiology. 2008;246 (1): 33-48. doi:10.1148/radiol.2461061245 - Pubmed citation
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