Radiologic Signs
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Eggshell Calcification-lung-peripheral calcification of  thoracic lymph nodes, most often seen in silicosis but also sarcoid or post-XRT
Eggshell Calcification-breast-thin calcification of a spherical surface, usually benign, most commonly seen in fat necrosis and cysts
Egg-on-a-String Sign-narrowing of superior mediastinum and globular shape of heart in neonates with Transposition of the Great Arteries
Erlenmeyer Flask Deformity-widening of metadiaphysis esp. in distal femur seen in Gaucher's, thalassemia and Pyle's disease
Empty Sella-enlarged sella caused by  arachnoid herniation through the diaphragma sellae compressing pituitary gland
Eye-of-the-Tiger Sign-ring of low intensity in globus pallidus on T2 MRI most commonly in Hallervorden-Spatz syndrome
Elephant-on-a-Flagpole Sign-appearance of a rounded extrarenal pelvis "sitting" atop the ureter

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