Atypical Calcium Hydroxyapatite Deposition Peri-articular To The Proximal Tibio-fibular Joint, Treated With Sonographically-guided Percutaneous Lavage: A Case Report - Page #3

Lab Studies:
Aspirate was negative for urate or pyrophosphate crystals and positive for calcium hydroxyapatite

Other Studies:
AP X-ray with calcific density proximal to fibular head Case Photo #1
T2 Sagittal MRI- demonstrating bony edema and calcific density Case Photo #2
Sonographic image demonstrated calcium in the resorbtive phase just proximal to the fibular head and beneath the biceps femoris tendon Case Photo #3 Case Photo #4 Case Photo #5


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