Answer of November 2000


Clinical History:

Bilateral shoulder pain with limitation of motion

Figure 1 (frontal view)
Figure 2 (NECT)

What is your diagnosis?


                            Figure 1                                                                    Figure 2



Tumoral calcinosis


Figure 1 Radiograph of the left shoulder shows dense paraarticular multilobulated calcified soft tissue masses with calcium-fluid level.

Figure 2 CT shows that the underlying bone is normal.