Author(s): Chung C, Yu JS, Resnick D, Vaughan LM, Haghighi P
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Abstract Gorham syndrome is a rare disorder that is characterized by local osseous invasion and surrounding soft tissues by an angiomatous mass, eventually causing lysis of the affected bone. To date, only four cases have reported the MR imaging appearance of this disease and the findings have been variable. We present a case involving the cervical and thoracic spine and part of the osseous hemithorax with attention to the MR findings.
This article was published in Skeletal Radiol
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