Pediatric Posttraumatic Cystic Bone Lesion


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Authors

  • Zehra Filiz Karaman Erciyes University Medical Faculty, Department of Radiology, Division of Pediatric Radiology
  • Musa Onem Erciyes University Medical Faculty, Department of Radiology, Kayseri, Turkey

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51271/jpea-2022-171

Abstract

4-year-old girl presented to emergency department with left wrist pain after trauma. Radiographs demonstrated a torus fracture of the distal radius. At the third month following the trauma, a control radiograph is obtained. In the radiograph, a radiolucent lesion close to the former torus fracture site is noticed (Figure 2). Then, CT is performed for further examination (Figure 3). CT demonstrated cortical, well-circumscribed non-expansile subcentimeter lesion.

A torus fracture of the distal radius and a wellcircumscribed radiolucent lesion in the cortex of distal radius at the former fracture site.

Published

2022-04-26

How to Cite

Karaman, Z. F., & Onem, M. (2022). Pediatric Posttraumatic Cystic Bone Lesion. The Journal of Pediatric Academy, 3(1), 35–36. https://doi.org/10.51271/jpea-2022-171