Characteristic radiographic findings in hemophilia

Are there any characteristic radiographic findings in hemophilia?

Radiographs in acute hemarthrosis will be remarkable for soft tissue swelling, increased synovial density (iron deposition), and effusion. Chronic arthropathy of hemophilia may have both inflammatory (erosive) and degenerative features. Specific findings include proximal radial head enlargement, widening of the femoral and humeral intercondylar notches, talar flattening, and squaring of the inferior patella


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