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The spleen is enlarged wtih large ill defined hypodense lesion that contains central foci of calcification. The lesion diplays progressive centripetal filling after contrast administration. A note is made of severe bilateral avascular necrosis of femoral heads with secondary osteoarthritic changes. Cardiomegaly is also noted.
Diagnosis: splenic haemangioma causing thrombocytopenia and complicated by steroid induced femoral head avascular necrosis.