Items tagged “finger”

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Glomangioma

Glomangiomas, also known as glomus tumors, are benign vascular tumors typically seen at the distal extremities. On imaging, they characteristically present as small hypervascular nodules under the fingernail.  Terminology These tumors should not be confused with paragangliomas, which were form...
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Foreign body - wire in finger

  Diagnosis certain
Frank Gaillard
Published 03 Nov 2009
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Amputated finger

  Diagnosis certain
Frank Gaillard
Published 24 Dec 2009
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Ewing sarcoma - middle finger

  Diagnosis certain
Hani M. Al Salam
Published 29 Dec 2009
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X-ray Nuclear medicine MRI
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Terminal tuft glomus tumor

  Diagnosis almost certain
The Radswiki
Published 20 Oct 2010
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MRI
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Tenosynovial giant cell tumor

  Diagnosis probable
Roberto Schubert
Published 11 Jul 2011
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MRI
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Digital osteomyelitis

  Diagnosis almost certain
Elnasif Ahmad
Published 04 Dec 2014
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X-ray MRI
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Volar plate avulsion injury

  Diagnosis certain
RMH Core Conditions
Published 19 Jan 2015
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Distal phalanx near-amputation

  Diagnosis certain
Derek Smith
Published 28 Jan 2015
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Terminal tuft mass

There is only a short list of terminal tuft masses that can arise from the adjacent soft tissues and erode the terminal tuft or arise from the terminal tuft itself: epidermal inclusion cyst: history of penetrating trauma tenosynovial giant cell tumor: occurs laterally subungual glomus tumor (...
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Phalanx fracture

Phalanx fractures are common injuries, although less common than metacarpal fractures. They have different prognosis and treatment depending on the location of the fracture. Pathology Phalanx fractures can be intra or extra-articular and can occur at the base, neck, shaft or head of the phalan...
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Distal phalanx fracture

Distal phalanx fractures are among the most common fractures in the hand.  They represent > 50% of all phalangeal fractures and frequently involve the ungual tuft 1. They are frequently related to sports, with lesions such as the mallet finger and the Jersey finger. When associated with a crus...
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Middle phalanx fracture

Middle phalanx fractures are the least common of the phalanx fractures. Radiographic features These fractures are generally well visualized on plain radiographs. Ultrasonography can be used in unclear cases. Treatment and prognosis Non-displaced fractures can be treated conservatively with a...
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Proximal interphalangeal joint dislocation

  Diagnosis certain
Victoria Ho
Published 24 Jun 2016
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Nail gun injury to second digit

  Diagnosis certain
Amanda Er
Published 05 Sep 2019
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Traumatic amputation of the distal phalanx

  Diagnosis certain
Guilherme Pioli Resende
Published 29 Oct 2020
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Proximal interphalangeal joint dislocation - 2nd finger

  Diagnosis certain
Leonardo Lustosa
Published 09 Apr 2022
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Finger deformities (illustrations)

  Diagnosis not applicable
Leonardo Lustosa
Published 21 Jun 2022
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Proximal phalanx fractures

  Diagnosis certain
Leonardo Lustosa
Published 25 Jun 2022
91% complete
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Thumb interphalangeal dislocation

  Diagnosis certain
Leonardo Lustosa
Published 25 Jun 2022
91% complete
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