Ollier disease - right leg

Case contributed by Dr Angela Byrne
Modality: X-ray

X-rays of the right leg of a child, demonstrates significant leg-length discrepancy with the right being shorter than the left. 

Involving the proximal, mid and distal femur and proximal and distal tibia are lucent lesions some of which demonstrate focal matrix mineralisation. A bone staple has been inserted on the medial aspect of the tibial growth plate.

Also note the unilateral involvement.

Case Discussion

X-rays of the right leg of a child, demonstrates significant leg-length discrepancy with the right being shorter than the left. 

Involving the proximal, mid and distal femur and proximal and distal tibia are lucent lesions some of which demonstrate focal matrix mineralisation. A bone staple has been inserted on the medial aspect of the tibial growth plate.

Appearances are consistent with Ollier disease

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Case Information

rID: 7596
Diagnostic certainty: Almost Certain
Inclusion in quiz mode: Included

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