Differential Diagnosis

Focal increased hepatic uptake on sulfur colloid scan

Focal increased hepatic uptake on sulfur colloid scan • Focal nodular hyperplasia• Regenerating nodular cirrhosis• Budd-Chiari syndrome • Superior vena cava syndrome For Radiology Cases, Discussion join: Radiology Made Easy on Facebook  Subscribe to our youtube channel for FRCR radiology case discussion  Join our Telegram group: Radiology Made Easy   

PE with V/Q mismatch

Unilateral absent lung perfusion for Perfusion worse than Ventilation• External compression (bronchogenic CA, fibrosing mediastinitis)• Pulmonary artery anomalies or corrected congenital heart disease Massive unilateral PE for Ventilation worse than Perfusion• Mucus plug• Unilateral diffuse parenchymal disease• Endobronchial lesion (mass or foreign body) For Radiology Cases, Discussion join: Radiology Made Easy on Facebook  Subscribe to …

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Sacroiliitis

for bilateral symmetric disease  • Ankylosing spondylitis  • Inflammatory bowel disease  • Rheumatoid arthritis for unilateral or bilateral asymmetric disease  • Psoriatic or reactive arthopathy  • Osteoarthritis  • Septic arthritis For Radiology Cases, Discussion join: Radiology Made Easy on Facebook  Subscribe to our youtube channel for FRCR radiology case discussion  Join our Telegram group: Radiology …

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Bladder wall calcifications

Bladder wall calcifications • Transitional cell carcinoma• Schistosomiasis• Cystitis (Cytoxin or radiation) • Tuberculosis• Urachal carcinoma For Radiology Cases, Discussion join: Radiology Made Easy on Facebook  Subscribe to our youtube channel for FRCR radiology case discussion  Join our Telegram group: Radiology Made Easy   

Ureteral filling defect

• Transitional cell carcinoma• Radiolucent calculi• Pyeloureteritis cystica • Blood clot• Fungus ball• Metastatic disease For Radiology Cases, Discussion join: Radiology Made Easy on Facebook  Subscribe to our youtube channel for FRCR radiology case discussion  Join our Telegram group: Radiology Made Easy   

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