10 June 2021>: Articles
Surgical and Radiological Management of Complicated Uterine Leiomyoma Aided by 3D Models in a Patient with Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva
Unusual setting of medical care, Rare diseaseMichelle Ho A* , Beau Y. Park A , Norman G. Rosenblum D , Mona Al Mukaddam D , Frederick S. Kaplan A , Victor Kucherov E , Scott G. Hubosky E , Gregory Kane A , Vishal Desai D , Michael R. Kramer D , Bon S. Ku A , Eric S. Schwenk E , Jaime L. Baratta E , Deepti Harshavardhana E , Zvi Grunwald A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e931614
Figure 2. (A) Preoperative sagittal T2-weighted and fat-suppressed post-contrast gradient echo T1-weighted images show the submucosal leiomyoma with internal foci of hyperintensity on T2 weighted imaging and corresponding nonenhancement on post-contrast imaging (arrows), with additional thickening of the junctional zone with internal cystic change (arrowheads), likely representing adenomyosis. (B) T2-weighted coronal image through the fibroid shows a peripheral rim of hyperintensity, consistent with peritumoral lymphatics, veins, and edema.