Case Report: Knee MR Imaging of an Osteochondroma in Combination with Melorheostosis
In daily patient care imaging speed and high resolution are key elements that are in direct conflict.
In this issue Professor Marc-André Weber et al. (University Hospital Heidelberg, Germany) present a case of cartilaginous exostosis (osteochondroma) that shows how combining 3T MRI and dedicated high-density coils provides an irreplaceable tool for the fast and accurate evaluation of malignant and benign aspects and helps to raise arguments against a parosteal osteosarcoma or a low-grade chondrosarcoma as differential diagnoses.
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