Codman triangle


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Cod·man tri·an·gle

(kahd'man),
in radiology, the interface between growing bone tumor and normal bone, presenting as an incomplete triangle formed by periosteum.

Cod·man tri·an·gle

(kod'măn trī'ang-gĕl)
radiology The interface between growing bone tumor and normal bone, presenting as an incomplete triangle formed by periosteum.

Codman,

Ernest Amory, U.S. surgeon, 1869-1940.
Codman angle
Codman cartilage clamp
Codman classification
Codman drill
Codman exercises
Codman incision
Codman saber-cut shoulder approach
Codman shunt
Codman sign - in the absence of rotator cuff function, hunching of the shoulder occurs when the deltoid muscle contracts.
Codman sponge
Codman triangle - in radiology, the interface between growing bone tumor and normal bone, presenting as an incomplete triangle formed by periosteum.
Codman tumor - chondroblastoma of the proximal humerus.
Codman vein stripper
Codman wire-passing drill
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Codman triangle (Figure 9), where the periosteum is lifted off the cortex by the tumor with central interruption, is also associated with malignancy.
Radiological appearances manifest as mixed radiolucent/radiopaque lesion, periodontal ligament widening, radiopaque masses with moth eaten appearance, codman triangle and sunburst appearance.
(2,3) A Codman triangle pattern is another aggressive configuration.