The term plantar fibromatosis (PF) is used for different conditions, as follows: (1) a relatively common plantar equivalent of Dupuytren palmar. Download Citation on ResearchGate | MRI diagnosis of plantar fibromatosis – A rare anatomic location Fibromatose plantar ou doença de Ledderhose. Article. along the plantar and/or dorsal aspects of the foot. Plantar fibromas . Full-text available. Fibromatose plantar ou doença de Ledderhose.

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Palmar fibromatosis Dupuytren’s contracture Small nodules or nodular masses associated with aponeurosis and subcutaneous fat, with gray-yellow-white cut surface color depends on collagen content Plantar fibromatosis Ledderhose’s disease 2 – 3 cm nodules associated fibromatoose aponeurosis and subcutis, with gray-yellow-white cut surface color depends on collagen content.

Although known for over years, LD diagnosis and treatment remains complex. Palmar fibromatosis Dupuytren’s contracture Puckers overlying skin as it ages Causes flexion contracture of digits 4 and 5 due to cord-like expansion of digital aponeurotic slips Does not involve deep structures such as tendons or skeletal muscle May be caused by fibrogenic cytokines J Hand Surg Br ; Self URI journal page: J Med Case Rep ;5: Sociedade Portuguesa de Ortopedia e Traumatologia Keywords: Sousa 1 Publication date Print: This condition is inherited in an autosomal dominant manner [1].


Uniform, plump, immature spindle cells myofibroblasts and fibroblasts with bland nuclei and indistinct nucleoli Moderate collagen and elongated vessels Older lesions: Also available as ebook.

Plantar fibromatosis can be seen in both children and adults, although there is a recognised male predilection M: Thank you for updating your details. Edit article Share article View revision history. Infobox medical condition new All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December Penile fibromatosis Peyronie’s 59 year old man with human penile ossification Sao Paulo Med J ; Ruptura da placa plantar.

Sociedade Portuguesa de Ortopedia e Traumatologia. Palmar fibromatosis Dupuytren’s contracture Fibroblasts and myofibroblasts Plantar fibromatosis Ledderhose’s disease Fibroblasts and myofibroblasts Penile fibromatosis Peyronie’s Penile plaques are composed of collagen fibrils, amorphous particulate material and fibroblasts Int J Urol ;4: Morton neuroma and fluid in the intermetatarsal bursae on MR images of 70 asymptomatic volunteers.

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MR imaging of osteomyelitis and neuropathic osteoarthropathy in the feet of diabetics. Disorders of the hallux sesamoid complex: Radiotherapy is the most efficient with the least recurrence rate Pinheiro 1Cristina M.

Although the origin of the disease is unknown, there is speculation that it is an aggressive healing response to small tears in the plantar fascia, almost as if the fascia over-repairs itself following an injury. Case 4 Case 4.


Surgery of Ledderhose’s disease is difficult because tendons, nerves, and muscles are located very closely to each other.

Fascia with infiltrates of spindle cells. In contrast to Dupuytren disease, flexion deformities usually do not occur 9. Forefoot pain involving the metatarsal region: More dense collagen, less cellularity Variable mitotic figures Occasional attachment to dermis or cartilaginous metaplasia Usually no infiltration of surrounding tissue beyond subcutis Plantar fibromatosis Ledderhose’s disease Proliferative phase: Plantar fibromatoses Ledderhose disease Ledderhose’s disease.

Efficacy of MR imaging in patients suspected of having Morton’s neuroma. Karasick D, Schweitzer ME.

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Palmar fibromatosis Dupuytren’s contracture Proliferative phase: Loading Stack – 0 images remaining. The disease may also infiltrate the dermis or, very rarely, the flexor tendon sheath [8]. You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard arrow keys.

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