Myositis ossificans

Case contributed by Dr Jeremy Jones

Patient Data

Age: 15
Gender: Male
X-ray

There is laminated ossificaiton on the anterolateral surface of the mid-femur.  The adjacent cortex appears normal and there is no focal bony lucency.

CT

The CT confirms the plain film findings with laminated ossification but a normal underlying bone.

MRI

The previously benign process on XR and CT starts to look very aggressive on MRI. But, this is the problem with myositis ossificans!

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Case information

rID: 24018
Published: 24th Jul 2013
Last edited: 14th Aug 2019
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