Atlas of Normal Roentgen Variants That May Simulate Disease by Theodore E. Keats MD, Mark W. Anderson MD

By Theodore E. Keats MD, Mark W. Anderson MD

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FIGURE 1-61 Heavy calcification in the falx cerebri in the frontal and lateral projections. FIGURE 1-62 Three types of physiologic calcification. Demonstrated are petroclinoid ligament (m), heavy calcification of the tentorium cerebelli (m 6), and falx cerebri (m 66). The Skull | PHYSIOLOGIC INTRACRANIAL CALCIFICATIONS 23 PART 1 | CHAPTER 1 FIGURE 1-63 Minor calcification of the tentorium cerebelli (m). Calcification is also present in the falx (m 6 ) and the pineal gland (m 66). (Ref: Saldino RM, Di Chiro G: Tentorial calcification.

The Skull | THE OCCIPITAL BONE 39 PART 1 | CHAPTER 1 FIGURE 1-112 Bathrocephaly in a 1-year-old child. FIGURE 1-113 Bathrocephaly in an adult, which may be confused with a fracture. FIGURE 1-114 Bathrocephalic occiputs in adults. FIGURE 1-115 Normal large interparietal bone in a 3-month-old child in the frontal and lateral projections. 40 The Skull | THE OCCIPITAL BONE FIGURE 1-116 Three examples of bifid interparietal bones (Inca bone). This finding should not be mistaken for a fracture. (Ref: Shapiro R, Robinson F: The os incae.

FIGURE 1-67 Calcification of the internal carotid arteries with very dense calcification in the lateral projection. A B FIGURE 1-68 Pituitary stones seen in lateral (A) and basal (B) projections in a 46-year-old man. Such stones may be seen in asymptomatic patients and in patients with hypopituitarism. (Ref: Taylor HC, et al: Pituitary stones and associated hypopituitarism. ) The Skull | PHYSIOLOGIC INTRACRANIAL CALCIFICATIONS 25 PART 1 | CHAPTER 1 FIGURE 1-69 Large pituitary stone in a 20-year-old woman.

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