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Which description matches the radiologic findings for a patient with draining sinus formation and gross deformity of the foot?

A. Pyloric atresia

B. Osteopoikilosis

C. Honeycomb bone destruction

D. Stippled epiphyses

E. Absent patella and posterior iliac horns

F. Absent thymic shadow

G. Aplasia of radius

H. Coronary artery aneurysm and coronary artery calcifications

I. Odondogenic jaw cysts and calcification of falx cerebri

J. Intervertebral disk calcification

K. Erlenmeyer flask deformity of long bones

L. Polyostotic fibrous dysplasia

M. “Bullhead” sign in sternocostoclavicular region

N. Angiomyolipoma and rhabdomyoma

O. Enchondromas

P. Hamartomatous polyps of the jejunum and ileum

Q. Arthritis mutilans and accordion hand

R. Bean bag hippocampal calcification

S. “Whisker sign” on nuclear bone scan

T. Atrophy of colonic haustra

C. The condition is mycetoma (Madura foot), which follows traumatic inoculation of the foot with various fungal species or actinomycete bacteria. The organisms aggregate within abscesses and either drain onto the skin via sinus tracts or extend into the bones and joints causing osteomyelitis and arthritis.

Which description matches the radiologic findings for a condition that may be indistinguishable from chronic osteomyelitis, hypervitaminosis A, and retinoid use?

A. Pyloric atresia

B. Osteopoikilosis

C. Honeycomb bone destruction

D. Stippled epiphyses

E. Absent patella and posterior iliac horns

F. Absent thymic shadow

G. Aplasia of radius

H. Coronary artery aneurysm and coronary artery calcifications

I. Odondogenic jaw cysts and calcification of falx cerebri

J. Intervertebral disk calcification

K. Erlenmeyer flask deformity of long bones

L. Polyostotic fibrous dysplasia

M. “Bullhead” sign in sternocostoclavicular region

N. Angiomyolipoma and rhabdomyoma

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