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B2 X-Ray Findings and Clinical Features

Aneurysmal bone cyst blister of bone 10-20
Enchondroma hands and feet
Ewings Sarc 3-14 yoa sub periostial laminations "onion skin"
Fibrous Cortical defect 4-8 yoa post distal femur. May be self resolving
Giant Cell 20-40 epiphyseal in long bone 60% knee; distal radius; "soap bubble"
Hemangioma 20-40 Vertical striations in vertebral body "cuorduroy appearance"
Multiple Myeloma >40 raindrop spots; punched out areas of osseous destruction"; anemia, uremia, Bence Jones protein, rouleaux formation;
Multiple Myeloma >40 Increased gamma globulins, reversed A-G ratio; M spike
Non-sooifying Fibroma 8-20 y.o.a. may be self-resolving; possible pathological fx location
Osteoblastoma NEVER PICK
Osteochondroma Pedunculated or sessil, "coat hangar" or "cauliflower" exostosis ...GROWS OFF BONE
Osteoid Osteoma 10-25; monostotic, central radiolucent nidus; worse at night and relieved by aspirin"
Unicameral Bone Cyst 10-20 Metaphysis of Long bone (75% in proximal humerous)
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