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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
Created by: dc2bx2