Free Health Cursors at www.totallyfreecursors.com
Anatomical Position

Anatomical Position

radiologysigns:

Paget’s disease of bone - a chronic bone disorder characterised by excessive abnormal bone remodelling. There are three disease phases; the ‘lytic’ phase predominated by osteoclastic activity, the ‘mixed phase’ with osteoblastic as well as osteoclastic activity, and the ‘sclerotic phase’ or late phase.
Case A - shows typical late phase Paget’s of the proximal femur with cortical thickening and coarsened trabeculations. This patient also has advanced hip joint osteoarthritis with flattening of the femoral head secondary to bone softening. 
Case B - shows osteosarcoma arising as a complication of pre-existing Paget’s disease, which can occur in as many as 1% of cases. Note the dense osteoid matrix and the ‘hair-on-end’ type of aggressive periosteal reaction. 

radiologysigns:

Paget’s disease of bone - a chronic bone disorder characterised by excessive abnormal bone remodelling. There are three disease phases; the ‘lytic’ phase predominated by osteoclastic activity, the ‘mixed phase’ with osteoblastic as well as osteoclastic activity, and the ‘sclerotic phase’ or late phase.

Case A - shows typical late phase Paget’s of the proximal femur with cortical thickening and coarsened trabeculations. This patient also has advanced hip joint osteoarthritis with flattening of the femoral head secondary to bone softening. 

Case B - shows osteosarcoma arising as a complication of pre-existing Paget’s disease, which can occur in as many as 1% of cases. Note the dense osteoid matrix and the ‘hair-on-end’ type of aggressive periosteal reaction

(via medicineisnotmerchandise)

premedgoddess:

Summary of formed elements in blood


I have this book

premedgoddess:

Summary of formed elements in blood

I have this book

(via medicineisnotmerchandise)

doodle-thebug:

A skeleton study in conte crayon part 2/?

doodle-thebug:

A skeleton study in conte crayon part 2/?