Close
 Indian J Med Microbiol  
 

Figure 10: A 15-year-old male with right femoral neck osteoid osteoma - patient 5 (A-C). (A) Reconstructed coronal and (B) axial. CT images show a juxtacortical nidus (white arrow in A) in the right femoral neck with a small eccentric area of calcification and surrounding sclerosis (broken black arrow). Note the associated hypodensity in the adjacent soft tissue (broken white arrow in B) and joint effusion. (C) Axial CT image shows Starburst side-deploying electrode within the nidus with the patient in prone position. Sciatic nerve (solid black arrow in C) was carefully avoided

Figure 10: A 15-year-old male with right femoral neck osteoid osteoma - patient 5 (A-C). (A) Reconstructed coronal and (B) axial. CT images show a juxtacortical nidus (white arrow in A) in the right femoral neck with a small eccentric area of calcification and surrounding sclerosis (broken black arrow). Note the associated hypodensity in the adjacent soft tissue (broken white arrow in B) and joint effusion. (C) Axial CT image shows Starburst side-deploying electrode within the nidus with the patient in prone position. Sciatic nerve (solid black arrow in C) was carefully avoided