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Page: Aneurysmal bone cyst (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Introduction and etiology Vascular lesions consisting of widely dilated vascular channels; not lined by identifiable endothelium Etiology uncertain Primary lesion in most cases: Appears de novo, possi…
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Page: Anterior bone spine (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Non-tumor Bacterial infection (discitis) Tuberculous infection Benign Neurofibroma (enlarging foramen) Hemangioma Aneurysmal bone cyst Giant cell tumor Malignant Metastatic disease Notes Non-tuberculo…
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Page: Benign active bone lesions (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Benign active lesions may have been present in the bone for substantial periods of time and exist in a type of symbiosis with the skeleton. The best example is fibrous dysplasia, which may be present …
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Page: Benign aggressive bone lesions (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Benign aggressive lesions cause more substantial bone destruction than active lesions and may also result in pathological fractures. This group of tumors includes giant cell tumor, aneurysmal bone cys…
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Page: Benign latent bone lesions (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Benign latent lesions have generally been active at some time in the past, but they show evidence of healing at the time of evaluation. Examples include adult osteochondromas and non-ossifying fibroma…
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Page: Biological Potential of Bone Lesions (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
After the lesion is classified according to its geographic location, it is further classified as to its biological activity based on the analysis of the radiographs and the presenting clinical feature…
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Page: Chondroblastoma (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Tumor biology and incidence Benign giant cell and chondroid-type lesion Rare, aggressive tumor of bone composed of immature chondroblasts and scant chondroid matrix Predilection for epiphyses of long …
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Page: Chondromyxoid fibroma (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Tumor biology and incidence Rare benign, aggressive cartilage tumor characterized by lobulated areas of spindle shaped and myxoid (stellate) cells, with abundant chondroid or myxoid matrix and intersp…
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Page: Diaphyseal bone lesions (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Non-tumor Infection Fracture callus Stress fracture Benign Osteoid osteoma Fibrous dysplasia Histiocytosis X Malignant Osteosarcoma Ewing's sarcoma Lymphoma Adamantinoma (tibia and, rarely, ulna or fi…
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Page: Differential Diagnosis of Bone Lesions (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Although a variety of methods can be used in developing a differential diagnosis for a bone lesion, an anatomical approach is most useful. The analysis of the question, where is the lesion? is critica…
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