“Shin Splint” Syndrome and Tibial Stress Fracture in the Same Patient Diagnosed by Means of 99mTc-HMDP SPECT/CT

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Abstract

We show a patient who presented leg pain triggered by intense exercise. The most likely diagnosis was a possible tibial stress fracture or a “shin splint” syndrome (soleus enthesopathy). We performed a bone scintigraphy including SPECT/CT that revealed the presence of the two concomitant pathologies. SPECT/CT identified the hot spot superimposed with bone lesion in the tibial stress fracture and only remodeling activity without evidence of cortical lesions in the enthesopathy processes.

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