Diagnosis: Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA)

Key Points and Findings: Radiographic findings on xray includes a combination of soft tissue prominence and swelling, osteopenia, joint space narrowing, subarticular erosion. In addition, epiphyseal growth or ballooning in combination with joint subluxation can also be commonly seen in JRA.

Credit: Case submitted by Dr. M Mohammed MD to radRounds Radiology Network