This Week’s Case of the Week From 4/27/19
History: Elbow injury 3 weeks ago.
What is the most likely diagnosis? Lateral epicondylitis, tendinosis of the common extensor tendon
What is the treatment? Rest/NSAIDS
This Week’s Case of the Week From 4/20/19
History: Stuffy nose.
What is the differential diagnosis? Right sphenoidal mucocele, benign expansile mass extending from suprasellar cistern (pituitary adenoma), chronic mucous retention cyst.
What is the most likely diagnosis? Right sphenoidal mucocele
This Week’s Case of the Week From 4/13/19
History: Blurry vision
What is the differential diagnosis? Pituitary macroadenoma. The differential diagnosis of nonpituitary sellar masses is broad and includes cell rest tumors, germ cell tumors, gliomas, meningiomas, metastatic tumors, vascular lesions, and granulomatous, infectious, and inflammatory processes. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S088985290570058X)
What is the most likely diagnosis? Pituitary macroadenoma.
How should you manage this case? Recommend MRI for better anatomic correlation.
This Week’s Case of the Week From 4/6/19
History: Elbow pain.
What are the diagnoses? Nondisplaced transverse medial humeral epicondylar fracture with medial subluxation of the proximal ulna
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