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Case 3411

Ledderhose's disease

Author(s)
Cinotti A, Fregolino A, Monteleone A, Scialpi M, Gagliano P
 
Patient
male, 58 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    An MRI of the plantar foot
     

    An axial image, showing a nodular thickening in plantar aponeurosis, which has a low to intermediate signal intensity on both the T1 and the T2-weighted axial images. A central increased signal intensity may be present.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: MRI of the plantar foot;

    A nodular thickening in plantar aponeurosis demonstrating a low signal intensity on a T1-weighted coronal image and a central increased signal intensity in an area of proliferating fibroblasts, on a GE-STIR coronal...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: MRI of the plantar foot;

    An MRI image of a nodular thickening demonstrates low signal intensity on a T1-weighted sagittal image and intermediated signal intensity on T2-weighted sagittal image.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: MRI of the plantar foot;
     
     
An axial image, showing a nodular thickening in plantar aponeurosis, which has a low to intermediate signal intensity on both the T1 and the T2-weighted axial images. A central increased signal intensity may be present.
 
A nodular thickening in plantar aponeurosis demonstrating a low signal intensity on a T1-weighted coronal image and a central increased signal intensity in an area of proliferating fibroblasts, on a GE-STIR coronal image.
 
An MRI image of a nodular thickening demonstrates low signal intensity on a T1-weighted sagittal image and intermediated signal intensity on T2-weighted sagittal image.
 
 
 
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