Von Meyenburg complex | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org Innumerable tiny T2W hyperintense cystic lesions noted in the both lobes of liver with no obvious communication with the biliary tract suggestive of biliary hamartomas or von Meyenburg complex.
Nail-Patella syndrome : Plain film radiogram of the pelvis. There are characteristic bony horns (arrows) arising from the posterior ilia. The pelvis is abnormally flared and the anterior superior spines are unusually prominent.
This is a case of a common paediatric tumour being found in an uncommon location. In paediatric populations, ependymomas are usually found in the posterior fossa. And, they are not usually amongst the differential of a pineal region mass.
The comb sign refers to the hypervascular appearance of the mesentery in active Crohn's disease. Fibrofatty proliferation and perivascular inflammatory infiltration outline the distended intestinal arcades. This forms linear densities on the mesenteric side of the affected segments of small bowel, which give the appearance of the teeth of a comb. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/comb-sign
Orbital pseudotumour is an idiopathic inflammatory condition that most commonly involves the extraocular muscles. Less commonly there is inflammatory change involving the uvea, sclera, lacrimal gland and retrobulbar soft tissues.