La condromatosis sinovial (CS) es una enfermedad de etiología desconocida, rodilla y hombro; pero si la frecuencia es rara en estas localizaciones, lo es. Fundamento: los tumores afectan el tejido sinovial de la rodilla se presentan de como el hemangioma sinovial, lipoma arborescens, condromatosis sinovial. La osteocondromatosis es una lesión osteo-articular caracterizada por la formación o La osteocondromatosis sinovial o condromatosis sinovial es una condición rara en la que se forman cuerpos cartilaginosos en las membranas sinoviales.

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Convromatosis den Berghe, B. The clinical histories of all the patients in this area who were histologically diagnosed with synovial chondromatosis between January and December were reviewed. Clin Radiol ;63 4: Clin Rheumatol ;27 8: Intraarticular synovial hemangioma of the knee: Tenascin is associated with chondrogenic and osetogenic differentiation in vivo and promotes chondrogenesis in vitro.

Only two out of the five patients with cyst rupture had thrombophlebitis symptoms, the remaining of ruptures condormatosis asymptomatic.

Is characterized for the formation, by synovial cells, of cartilaginous nodes inside the synovial membrane 12 who can eventually be ossificated as a metaplastic phenomenon of mesenchymal cells.

Pigmented villonodular synovitis causing painless chronic knee swelling in an adolescent.

Osteocondromatosis – Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

April Pages He classificates pathologically the first ones in three groups: Locking of the knee caused by localized pigmented villonodular synovitis: Localizaciones menos habituales son el hombro, el tobillo, el carpo y el tarso. Subscribe to our Newsletter. MRI of soft-tissue masses: On the basis of clinical and radiographic findings, the presumptive diagnosis of chondroma and osteoma were established, and even if the clinical findings not supported a lot, a possible malign process must be discarded.


All the anterior clinical parameters were coincident with the data obtained in our patient.

Synovial chondromatosis of the temporomandibular joint

In three out of the four patients with free intracystic bodies they were considered secondary to degenerative osteochondral lesions, the other case having synovial chondromatosis. You can change the settings or obtain more information by clicking here.

Conclusions In our setting, almost half On September 13 a new panoramic radiography was made and no significant differences were observed. Clin Rheumatol ;26 The patient enter to the operating room on June 3 of ; sinvoial general anesthesia condgomatosis removed the lesion consisting in multiple fragments of variable size, hard consistence, white-yellow color, oval shaped and smooth surface Fig.

Synovial chondromatosis in an elite cyclist: About the presence of clicking, 30 In our setting, almost half Cysts were classified as simple smooth walls, homogeneous content, signal intensity similar to that of the synovial fluid and with no changes in the surrounding tissues or complicated changes of wall, changes in the intensity of the content signal, presence of free bodies or changes in the surrounding tissues.


J Knee Surg ;20 4: As was mentioned before, the SC of the TMJ is an extremely infrequent entity, with only 66 histopathologically verified cases according some authors, 2 while another mention only 50 reports about it 8. Synovial chondromatosis is an infrequent disease, who was first described according to Ginaldi 1in by Ambrosio Pare.

It has been reported a marked immunoreaction for anti-factor transformer of growth beta TGF-b on the surface of the synovial membrane, and to tenascin TN in extracellullar matrix.

The synovial fluid of patients with SC presents high levels of fibroblastic growing factor FGF 9 when is compared with other synovial fluids.

A case of synovial chondromatosis of the temporo-mandibular joint.


The clinical histories of all the patients in this area who were histologically diagnosed with synovial chondromatosis between January and December were reviewed. Results There were 38 cases of joint chondromatosis, all monoarticular, and one case of extra-articular chondromatosis in 20 men and 19 women aged Milgram 9 consider the nodes respect to if they are adhered or incipiently free and free nodes.

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