Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by J.P.C. Peper, May 19, 2012.
What are these, and what's the underlying condition?
I'll post the correct answer in a few days!
tophi due to gout!
bilateral popliteal pterygium syndrome, may be osteophyte
Most commonly found on the ulnar side of the forearms, occipital or the Achilles' tendon. However, they're also frequently located over bony prominences like the finger knuckles and can even appear in visceral organs (many the lungs).
rheumatoid polyarthritis with Heberden nodules
Separate names with a comma.