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What should one see before making the diagnosis of inflammatory osteoarthritis?
Erosions and Subchondral collapse
What diagnosis does a patient with osteoarthritis and periarticular calcification suggest.
OA with secondary crystal deposition disease
How do the calcifications appear in CPPD?
Linear calcifications within the joint capsule
What would be seen if gout is associated with OA?
Soft tissue nodules or tophi
What crystal deposition disease occurs most commonly in OA?
Hydroxyapatite deposition disease
What percent of OA is complicated with HADD?
What suggests HADD associated with OA?
"cloud-like" calcification about the joint

Capsular distension
In patients with HADD, what is also often present?
Where most commonly?
At the wrist
What is the differential for calcified bodies in the suprapatellar pouch of the knee on plain film?
Neuropathic Joint



Osteochondritis dissecans

Synovial osteochondromatosis

Synovial plica
What is the pathophysiology of synovial osteochondromatosis?
Metaplasia of synovium into cartilage nodules.