RADD 2712 Final Exam Study Questions #1

RADD 2712 Final Exam Study Questions #1 - Coat hanger...

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“Coat hanger exostosis” is another name for which primary bone tumor? Osteochondroma Ewing’s sarcoma resembles which primary malignant bone tumor? Osteosarcoma What is the most common primary malignant bone tumor of the hand? Chondrosarcoma What percentage of all malignant tumors do mets make up? 70% “Sunburst” periosteal response is most commonly found with which bone tumor? Osteosarcoma 40% of nonhodgkins lymphoma occurs in which location? Knee 50% of chondrosarcomas occur in which location(s)? 50% of fibrosarcomas occur in which location? Knee 50% of osteoid osteomas occur in which location? 75% of Scheuermann’s Disease occurs in which location? mid-thoracics (T8-T9) A lesion known to cross discs and spread into contiguous vertebral bodies is known as? Chordoma A radiograph shows the following appearance: sunray periosteal response, codman’s triangles, cumulous cloud appearance at the knee. What is the best choice for this radiographic appearance? Central osteosarcoma Anemia is present with which primary bone tumor? Multiple Myeloma At what location does a giant cell tumor have the greatest potential to malignantly degenerate? GC Distal radius Benign tumors usually occur before age 30 with the exception of which benign tumor? Giant cell = 20-40 Blastic mets are primarily from which locations? Café au lait spots with a “coast of Maine” appearance are characteristic of which condition? Fibrous dysplasia Chondrosarcomas are usually a degeneration from which benign cartilage-forming tumor? Enchondroma Corduroy cloth vertebra characterizes which condition? Hemangioma During which stage of Paget’s is osteoporosis circumscripta? Osteolytic/destructive/monophasic stage Ectopic epiphyseal tissue found in the metaphysis is characteristic of which primary bone tumor? Osteochondroma Exostosis with hyaline-line cartilage cap characterizes which tumor? Osteochondroma From which locations do metastatic tumors that end up in the skeleton originate? Breast, lung, prostate, kidney Hereditary multiple exostosis is a form of which tumor? Osteochondroma How can ivory vertebrae be differentiated between these three causes? Osteoblastic mets & Pagets involve people over 50 y.o.; Hodgkins involves people between 20-40; Osteoblastic mets will have unaltered anterior vertebral body; Paget’s has a squared off anterior body; Hodgkins has anterior scalloping How does prostatic carcinoma usually spread to the axial skeleton? Hematological spread via Batson’s plexus, which anastomoses with the vertebral venous plexus. In which locations are fibromyxoid chondromas most frequently found? 50% prox. 1/3 rd Lytic mets are primarily from which locations?
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