Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by Egyptian Doctor, Dec 20, 2012.
1) selective muscle hypertrophy secondary to Spontaneous Repetitive Discharges most possibly stemming from a nerve root lesion.
2) rupture of rectus femoris component of the quadriceps femoris, leading to a bunching up of the muscle
3) soft tissue sarcoma ( i am putting this in very reluctantly )
This is lipo atrophy can be following insulin injection to thigh area....
credit to you for picking it up, lipoatrophy is clear ( clear from the mri as well ), but if it is due to insulin therapy (although lipodystrophy / hypertrophy is more common ) or for that matter growth hormone or Copaxone therapy ( for Multiple sclerosis ) - then why would somebody take an mri for it ?
Answer : Lipoatrophy
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