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Review Article

Imaging Appearances in Gout

Figure 18

Intratendinous tophaceous gout on MRI. Sagittal T1 (a), sagittal T2 (b), and T1 postcontrast (c) MR images of the knee show abnormal, enhancing soft tissue gout deposit infiltrating the distal patellar tendon (asterisk) and extending across the facial planes to involve the adjacent Hoffa’s fat pad (arrow head) and pretibial subcutaneous tissue (long arrow). T: tibia.
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