Unenhanced CT depicts an area of fatty tissue with slightly increased density (arrowheads), in the right-upper quadrant. Compare this to normal low-density subcutaneous fat. Diagnosis: omental infarction.
A Charcot joint (also known as a neurotrophic joint) refers to a progressive degenerative / destructive joint disorder in patients with abnormal pain sensation and proprioception. Mnemonic - 6 Ds dense bones (subchondral sclerosis) degeneration destruction of articular cartilage deformity (pencil-point deformity of metatarsal heads) debris (loose bodies) dislocation http://radiopaedia.org/articles/charcot-joint