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B2 X-Ray Most Common Tumors and Sites

Benign of the Skeleton osteochondroma
Benign of the Spine Hemangioma
Malignant of the Skeleton metastatic Carcinoma
1 Malignant of Skeleton Multiple Myeloma
Malignant of the Spine Metastatic Carcinoma
1 Malignant of the Spine Multiple Myeloma
causing IVF Destruction neurofibromatosis
of the hand and foot enchondroma
of the sinuses osteoma
bone island in the pelvis enostoma
1 site osteolytic mets infants neuroblastoma
1 site osteoblastic mets infants Hodgkins
1 site osteolytic mets males lung
1 site osteoblastic mets males prostate
1 site osteolytic mets females breast 80%
1 site osteoblastic mets females breast 20%
M/C cause single white vertebra >60 Paget's >40 Osteoblastic Mets, <25 Hodgkins
B9 fibroblasts;chronic inflammatory Granuloma
m/c b9 tumor of lung "popcorn' appearance Hamartoma
childhood sarc of adrenal medulla Neuroblastoma
mutliple germinal tissue, b9, dermoid cyst Teratoma
b9 uterine (fibroid) Leiomyoma
intradural tumor of Schwann cells Neurinoma
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