Subungual Tumors: Clinicopathologic Correlation with US and MR Imaging Findings

Title
Subungual Tumors: Clinicopathologic Correlation with US and MR Imaging Findings
Author(s)
조길호최준혁백혜진[백혜진]이선주[이선주]추혜정[추혜정]이성문[이성문]이영환[이영환]서경진[서경진]문태용[문태용]차장규[차장규]이재혁[이재혁]김명희[김명희]정수진[정수진]
Keywords
SQUAMOUS-CELL CARCINOMA; HIGH-FREQUENCY US; SKELETAL-MUSCLE; GLOMUS TUMORS; PREOPERATIVE ASSESSMENT; AMELANOTIC MELANOMA; PYOGENIC GRANULOMA; HEMANGIOMA; ULTRASOUND; FINGERS
Issue Date
201010
Publisher
RADIOLOGICAL SOC NORTH AMERICA
Citation
RADIOGRAPHICS, v.30, no.6, pp.1621 - U208
Abstract
Various types of tumors can affect the subungual space, including benign solid tumors (glomus tumor, subungual exostosis, soft-tissue chondroma, keratoacanthoma, hemangioma, lobular capillary hemangioma), benign cystic lesions (epidermal and mucoid cysts), and malignant tumors (squamous cell carcinoma, malignant melanoma). Imaging plays an important role in the detection and differentiation of subungual tumors because of their small size, nonspecific clinical manifestations, and functional significance. Ultrasonography (US)-in particular, high-resolution US with color Doppler studies-provides useful information regarding tumor size, location, shape, and internal characteristics (cystic, solid, or mixed), but it is limited in the further characterization of tissue. Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging has an important role in categorizing tumors according to their anatomic location, pathologic origin, and signal characteristics. There is some overlap between the US and MR imaging features of subungual tumors; however, certain features can allow accurate diagnosis and expedite management when correlated with clinical and pathologic findings. (C) RSNA, 2010 . radiographics.rsna.org
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/23524http://dx.doi.org/10.1148/rg.306105514
ISSN
0271-5333
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