#DiagnosticDilemma: What is your take on this case??
A Young Boy With a Mid-line Swelling of the Hand*

CLINICAL FINDINGS

A 9-year-old boy with right paratracheal lymphadenopathy, developed a 4x4 cm, non-tender, soft, non-fluctuant, midline swelling over the dorsum of left hand with diffuse margins and normal overlying skin.

There was no restriction of range of movement of hands and distal neurovascular status was normal.


WHAT IS THE MOST LIKELY DIAGNOSIS?

A. Chronic pyogenic osteomyelitis

B. Brodie abscess

C. Ewing sarcoma

D. Spina ventosa

Answer to be disclosed shortly!!









*The present case appears in the Journal of Pediatrics
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Spina ventusa
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