2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-39842010000300014 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Os styloideum is an accessory ossicle located dorsally on the wrist that represents an anatomic variant. Association between the os styloideum and wrist pain is clinically known as "carpal boss syndrome". The authors report a case of bone marrow edema in the os styloideum diagnosed by magnetic resonance imaging in a young tennis player, and present a literature review on this finding. Keywords: Os styloideum; Bone marrow edema; Magnetic resonance imaging.Os styloideum é um ossículo acessório, imóvel, localizad… Show more

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“…Plain radiography is quite useful, but it is important to note that the accessory ossicle is not always clearly seen at conventional or routine wrist radiography, and further imaging in specific planes are required ( 2 ) . Due to their sectional nature, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging can greatly facilitate the identification of the accessory bone or the degenerative disease ( 6 ) . Because of its great soft tissue contrast capability, magnetic resonance imaging can detect alterations in signal with a pattern of edema which may result from biomechanical alterations caused by repeated trauma ( 6 ) in association with the presence of symptoms.…”
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“…Plain radiography is quite useful, but it is important to note that the accessory ossicle is not always clearly seen at conventional or routine wrist radiography, and further imaging in specific planes are required ( 2 ) . Due to their sectional nature, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging can greatly facilitate the identification of the accessory bone or the degenerative disease ( 6 ) . Because of its great soft tissue contrast capability, magnetic resonance imaging can detect alterations in signal with a pattern of edema which may result from biomechanical alterations caused by repeated trauma ( 6 ) in association with the presence of symptoms.…”
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“…Due to their sectional nature, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging can greatly facilitate the identification of the accessory bone or the degenerative disease ( 6 ) . Because of its great soft tissue contrast capability, magnetic resonance imaging can detect alterations in signal with a pattern of edema which may result from biomechanical alterations caused by repeated trauma ( 6 ) in association with the presence of symptoms.…”
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