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Final ID: Poster #: EDU-071

MRI findings of classic radiographic “Don’t touch lesions”

Purpose or Case Report: Radiologists have classically been taught the imaging findings of skeletal “Don’t touch lesions” on radiographs. The radiologist's goal is to best characterize these boney lesions and avoid tissue biopsy, especially since some bone lesions are misleading when viewed histologically, with nonaggressive lesions appearing aggressive. Many of these classical “Don’t touch lesions” are now being further evaluated with contrast enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). MRI findings of these radiographically classical lesions are not as well understood by radiologists with less MRI experience. We will provide an education exhibit to display MRI and corresponding radiographic appearances of characteristic “Don’t touch lesions”.
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  • Keehn, Brian  ( Phoenix Children's Hospital , Phoenix , Arizona , United States )
  • Patel, Mittun  ( Phoenix Children's Hospital , Phoenix , Arizona , United States )
  • Peterson, Michael  ( Phoenix Children's Hospital , Phoenix , Arizona , United States )
  • Dance, Logan  ( Phoenix Children's Hospital , Phoenix , Arizona , United States )
  • Biyyam, Deepa  ( Phoenix Children's Hospital , Phoenix , Arizona , United States )
  • Pokorney, Amber  ( Phoenix Children's Hospital , Phoenix , Arizona , United States )
  • Barnes, Craig  ( Phoenix Children's Hospital , Phoenix , Arizona , United States )
Session Info:

Electronic Exhibits - Educational

Musculoskeletal

Scientific Exhibits - Educational

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Dance Logan, Keehn Brian, Patel Mittun, Pokorney Amber, Peterson Michael, Aria David, Barnes Craig, Bailey Smita

MRI Evaluation of Bone and Soft Tissue Lesions Using a 3D mDIXON FFE Technique

Peterson Michael, Patel Mittun, Dance Logan, Keehn Brian, Pokorney Amber, Barnes Craig

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