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Unknown Case #26 – Coronal CT of the abdomen

History: 50 year old female with history of melanoma.  What is your diagnosis in this 50 year old female with a history of melanoma? Comment and share below!

Unknown Case #25 – Hand Radiograph

History: 30 year old male with thumb pain.  What is your diagnosis for this 30 year old man with thumb pain? Comment and Share below! Thanks to David Benaron MS IV for this image.

Unknown Case #24 – Right Kidney Ultrasound

History: 60 year old male with flank pain.  What is your diagnosis for this 60 year old male with flank pain? Comment and share below!

Unknown Case #23 – Pediatric Lateral Decubitus Chest Radiograph

History: Child with cough.  What is your diagnosis? Comment and share below!

Unknown Case #22 – Retrograde Voiding Cystourethrogram

History: child with history of urinary tract infections.  What is your diagnosis for this child with a history of multiple urinary tract infections? Comment and share below!

Unknown Case #21 – Abdominal Pain CT of the Abdomen and Pelvis

History: 30 year old female with HIV and abdominal pain.  What is your differential diagnosis given the findings in this 30 year old female with a history of HIV and abdominal pain? Thank you to Paul Murphy, M.D. Ph.D. for these excellent images.

Unknown Case #20 – Pediatric Scrotal Ultrasound

History: 5 year old boy with left scrotal pain.  What is your differential diagnosis for these findings in this 5 year old boy with left scrotal pain? Comment and share below!

Unknown Case # 19 – Pediatric Lumbar Spine Radiographs

History: Child with back pain.  What is the name for this finding? What is your differential diagnosis? Comment and share below!

Unknown Case #18 – Pediatric Scrotal Ultrasound

History: 14 year old boy with lump in scrotum.  What is your diagnosis for this pediatric patient with a lump in his left scrotum? Comment and share below!

Unknown Case # 17 – Pediatric Hand Radiograph

History: 15 year old boy with hand pain.  What is your differential diagnosis for this appearance? Comment and share below!