Martel’s or G’ sign is seen in?
|C||Calcium apatite deposition disease|
|D||None of the above|
i. Cystic changes, well-defined erosions with sclerotic margins (often with overhanging bony edges), and soft tissue masses are characteristic radiographic features of advanced chronic tophaceous gout.
ii. Tophi appear as characteristic punched out cysts or deep erosions with over hanging bony edges (Martel’s or G’ sign).