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Bone cysts and haemodialysis-related amyloidosis

Bone cysts and haemodialysis-related amyloidosis,10.1016/S0009-9260(89)80201-6,Clinical Radiology,M SARGENT,S FLEMING,C CHATTOPADHYAY,P ACKRILL,P SAMB

Bone cysts and haemodialysis-related amyloidosis   (Citations: 13)
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Journal: Clinical Radiology - CLIN RADIOL , vol. 40, no. 3, pp. 277-281, 1989
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    • ...The incidence of brown tumors is 1.5–13% in dialysis patients, mainly in those with untreated renal osteodystrophy from secondary hyperparathyroidism (sHPTH) [6, 7]. It can be manifested as a single or as multiple lesions and can be found in the bone, but also in the soft tissues...

    H. Resicet al. Unusual clinical presentation of brown tumor in hemodialysis patients:...

    • ... Radiographically these appear as well defined, corticated cysts in juxta-articular locations, particularly around large joints (hips, shoulders, wrists...

    Judith E. Adams. Renal bone disease: Radiological investigation

    • ...Amyloid may be deposited in and around synovium, ligaments, tendons, and bones [4, 7, 8], but clinical HRA is usually not manifest before 5‐10 years of dialysis [4, 6, 8, 9]...
    • ...The commonest symptom is shoulder pain [4‐6, 8]. Carpal tunnel syndrome is also common [4, 7, 8] and may be associated with carpal bone cysts [8, 9]. Other manifestations include tendon fibrosis and rupture [4, 8], spondyloarthropathy [10, 11], and pelvic girdle involvement, particularly pathologic fracture of the femoral neck [6, 8]. Sites of predilection also include the knees, elbows, and ankles...
    • ...Joints involved are often painful and stiff [4, 5, 8]. Radiologically, the main features are periarticular soft tissue swelling, subchondral bone cysts, and articular erosions [4, 6, 8, 9]...
    • ...CT may not show a soft tissue component if amyloid is deposited directly within bone [6, 9]. However, the CT appearance of the sternoclavicular joint in our patient with HRA, the first such CT description to our knowledge, was identical to what would be expected with an infected joint...

    Erik W. Cameronet al. Hemodialysis-related amyloidosis of the sternoclavicular joint

    • ...Radiographic findings of dialysis-related amyloid arthropathy include periarticular cysts or erosions [1, 12, 13]...
    • ...Although clinically significant visceral deposition of β2-MG is occasionally seen in dialysis patients [4, 7], it has a clear propensity to accumulate within bone and periarticular regions [3, 5, 12, 16]...
    • ...Thickening and irregularity of the supraspinatus tendon on MRI most likely represents amyloid deposition, which has been demonstrated in pathologic specimens of tendinous and capsular material recovered from those with dialysis-related amyloidosis [4, 7, 12, 16, 18, 23]...

    E. M. Escobedoet al. Magnetic resonance imaging of dialysis-related amyloidosis of the shou...

    • ...New complications (amyloid deposition, non-infective spondyloarthropathy, osteonecrosis) are now seen in long-term hemodialysis and/or renal transplantation (Fig. 21.4d) (Sargent et al 1989; Theodorou et al 2002)...

    Judith E. Adams. Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders

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