Radiology Corner – Neck Pain: What’s Your Diagnosis?

Terry R. Yochum, DC, DACBR, Fellow, ACCR, and Chad J. Maola, DC CASE HISTORY This 18-year-old male patient complains of neck pain. What’s your diagnosis? Diagnosis Neurofibromatosis. Observe the posterior vertebral body scalloping at C4–C7 and kyphotic curve which is typical of neurofibromatosis. GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS  Neurofibromatosis is classified into two clinical forms: neurofibromatosis 1 (von 

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Radiology Corner – Ewing’s Sarcoma

By: Terry R. Yochum, D.C., D.A.C.B.R., Fellow, A.C.C.R., and Chad J. Maola, D.C. Case History: This 21 year old male complains of lateral ankle pain of one month duration. Diagnosis: Observer the lytic moth-eaten (permeative) destruction of the distal diametaphysis of the fibula. The initial differential diagnosis was osteomyelitis versus primary malignant tumor. Biopsy confirmed 

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