Periodontoid Pseudotumor



  • Calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate deposition disease (CPPD); articular chondrocalcinosis

  • Crowned dens syndrome: Fever with cervicooccipital junction pain, stiffness with associated calcification of transverse ligament and nonenhancing retroodontoid soft tissue; associated with CPPD or hydroxyapatite deposition

  • Pseudogout: Arthritis caused by CPPD crystal inflammation with symptoms like gout

You're Reading a Preview

Become a Clinical Tree membership for Full access and enjoy Unlimited articles

Become membership

If you are a member. Log in here