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Bone Tumors and Vertebral Body Alterations

Synovial Chondromatosis The Knee is the most common site of involvement, then hip elbow ankle and shoulder. Age 30-50 m>f 3:1 Characterized by multiple, small, calcified or ossified densites with a joint capsule- chondrometaplasia
Hereditary Multiple Exostosis Observed as early as 2 or 32
Ewing Sarcoma Commonly long tubular bones; Lower extremity particularly the femur also the humerous; Age 10-25 peak age 15yo. m>f 2:1
Osteopetrosis Bone with a Bone; A very rare hereditary condition resulting in a generalized skeletal dysplasia. The disorder is characterized radiographically by a generalized and symmertrical increase in bone density. The medullary canals are reduced in size
Created by: all4adream