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Fig. 19 | Insights into Imaging

Fig. 19

From: Beyond broken spines–what the radiologist needs to know about late complications of spinal cord injury

Fig. 19

Heterotopic ossification. a Hip radiograph of a 46-year-old male 3 months after T4 SCI shows ill-defined calcifications medial to the lesser trochanter (white arrow). b Blood pool image of the subsequently obtained triple-phase bone scintigraphy shows hyperaemia in the left groin (white arrow). c Delayed bone scintigraphy images confirm avid tracer uptake medial to the left proximal femur (white arrows). Bone scan findings confirm maturing heterotopic ossification

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