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Bone & Joint MCs

MC area/position in bone to get tumor Metaphysis
MC malignancy of skeleton Mets
MC female cancer to mets to bone Breast
MC male cancer to mets to bone Prostate
MC childhood cancer to mets to bone Neuroblastoma
MC bone lesion to spread to bone Ewings -2nd=Osteosarc, 3rd=Chondrosarc
MC primary bone malignancy that results in fractures Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
MC pathway of tumor spread Hematogenous
MC x-ray pattern of mets Lytic (70%)
MC primary malignant bone tumor Multiple myeloma
2nd MC primary bone malignancy Osteosarcoma
MC location of multiple myeloma Vertebrae
MC location of central osteosarcoma Knee
MC x-ray pattern of osteosarcoma Sclerotic
MC area osteosarcoma mets to Lungs
MC primary bone lesion in children Osteosarcoma
2nd MC primary bone tumor in kids Ewings
MC type of chondrosarcoma Central
MC location (2) of chondrosarcoma Pelvis & Femur
MC primary malignancy of hand Chondrosarcoma
MC bone (location) affected in Ewings Femur
MC location for fibrosarcoma fem/tib – KNEE!
MC malignancy to produce large ST mass fibrosarcoma
MC soft tissue sarcomaof late adult life Malig fibrous histocytoma
MC location for chordomas Sacrococcygeal area (2-clivus, 3-verteb)
MC cervical spine level affected by chordoma C2
MC location for Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma femur
MC location for Hodgkins Lymphoma vertebral bodies
MC x-ray pattern for HL Lytic
MC benign tumor of sacrum & patella Giant Cell Tumor
MC location for Giant Cell Tumor Knee
MC benign tumor of extremities Osteochondroma
MC location of osteochondroma Knee
MC benign tumor of spine Hemangioma
MC type of hemangioma Cavernous
MC location for hemangioma (2) Spine (lower T, upper L) & Skull (frontal)
MC tumor of nose & sinuses Osteoma
MC location for enostoma (bone island) Ischium
MC location for osteoid osteomas Femur & Tibia
MC benign tumor of hand Enchondroma
MC finger to get enchondroma Fifth (Fif!)
MC location for FCD/NOFs Knee
MC location for Simple Bone Cyst Humerus
MC type of ABC Secondary (trauma or tumor)
2nd MC location for ABS’s (2) Tubular long bones (femur, tib)& Spine
MC benign bone tumor of clavicle ABC
MC Paget’s stage found at patient presentation 2 (mixed)
MC location for Paget’s Pelvis (R>L)
MC cancer Paget’s degenerates to Osteosarcoma
MC form of fibrous dysplasia Monostotic
MC fibrous dysplasia monostotic location Ribs
MC fibrous dysplasia polyostotic location Femur
MC bony abnormality in Neurofibromatosis - Type 1 Kyphoscoliosis
Created by: mrw2013
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