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MedPix™:38966 - 20 y.o. man Bilateral Tibial Stress Fractures
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TITLE: Bilateral Tibial Stress Fractures

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There is periosteal reaction of the posteromedial mid-shaft of the right tibia and posterior proximal shaft of the left tibia consistent with focal stress changes which correspond directly with stress fractures
identified on the comparison bone scan. No frank fracture lucencies are evident.

The remaining visualized osseous structures demonstrate normal mineralizationand alignment without subluxation, dislocation, or significant degenerative changes. Visualized soft tissue structures are unremarkable.


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