Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by Egyptian Doctor, Mar 20, 2013.
what is your medical diagnosis ?
i guess, it is bursitis ( becos of the location )
it is usually due to chronic, repetitive injury, than an acute one ex. student's elbow
Should have differentials, certainly looks like olecranon bursitis, but why isn't it:
- Rheumatoid nodules
- Subcutaneous abscess
- Gout was mentioned
First diagnosis is olecranon bursitis .Correlation with clinical and ultrasound findings is necessary.
Olecranon bursitis is most likely
most likely an olecranon bursitis, but it could be gout arthritis or sinovial cyst of the elbow
Answer : Olecranon bursitis
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