TYPICAL RADIOLOGICAL APPEARANCE CONTD..

TYPICAL RADIOLOGICAL APPEARANCE CONTD..

 

  1. Brush in winter appearance: Normal sialographic appearance of submandibular gland

  2. Savage like appearance: Sialographic appearance of Sialographic

  3. Snow storm appearance: Sialographic appearance of sjogren’s syndrome

  4. Sialectasis: Sialographic appearance of Sialodenitis

  5. Ball in hand appearance: Sialographic appearance of intrinsic benign tumors

  6. Balloon like appearance: Follicular cyst

  7. Cadman’s triangle: Osteogenic sarcoma

  8. Candlestick appearance: Pyknodystosis and progressive systemic sclerosis

  9. Egg shell cracking: Ameloblastoma, multilocular cyst

  10. Cherry blossom pattern: Sialographic appearance of sjogren’s syndrome

  11. Chalk like appearance: Osteoporosis, Pyknodystosis, hyperparathyroidism

  12. Filing defect: Salivary gland tumors

  13. Mottled appearance: Fibrous dysplasia, Ossifying fibroma

  14. Onion peel appearance: Chronic osteomyelitis, Ewing’s sarcoma, Eosinophilic granuloma

  15. Permeated type: Carcinoma of gingiva, Squamous cell carcinoma

  16. Pear shaped appearance: Globulomaxillary cyst

  17. Pencil line appearance: Ameloblastoma, Traumatic bone cyst , Calcifying epithelial odontogenic cyst

  18. Pressure type appearance: Squamous cell carcinoma of gingival

  19. Punched out appearance: Multiple myeloma

  20. Sand like appearance: Ameloblastoma, Calcifying epithelial odontogenic cyst

  21. Salt and pepper appearance: Hyperthyroidism, ABC, Giant cell granuloma

  22. Scalloping pattern: Dentigerous cyst, Traumatic bone cyst, ABC, Giant cell tumour

  23. Spiked root: Malignant histiocytoma, Burkitt’s lymphoma

  24. Beaten silver: Craniofacial dystosis

  25. Sharpened pencil of mouth piece of flute: Rheumatoid arthritis of TMJ

  26. Thumb point: Fibrous dysplasia