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UnicameralCurettaged and packed to prevent fracture. Those occuring in the calcaneus, however, should be left alone.
bone cysts treatment?
Bone infarct features?
May be patchy, mixed lytic-sclerotic or even resemble permeative process. Typically occur in metadiaphyses. Multiple bone infarcts consider sickle cell anemia or systemic lupus erythematosus.
Failure of endochondral bone formation. Narrowing of caudal interpedicular distances. Short long bones with normal width.
Hypertrophic Pulmonary Osteoarthropathy features?
Finger clubbing. Extremity periostitis.
Multiple Hereditary osteochondromas or exostoses. Nearly always involves knees. Undertubulation (widened bone diameter) present at site of exostosis.
Central beak or anterior bony projection off vertebral bodies?
Inferior bony projections extending anteriorly off the vertebral bodies?
Characteristic finding in all of themetacarpal.
Notch at base of fifth mucopolysaccharidoses (Hurler, Hunter, Morquio).
Osteoid Osteoma sclerotic cortical lesion with lucent centered nidus. Occurs in patients younger than 30. Nidus is surgically removed or thermally ablated. May mimic osteomyelitis. Bone scan double-density sign versus photopenic area for osteomyelitis.
Aka Voorhoeve disease. Multiple 2- to 3-mm-thick linear sclerotic bands aligned parallel to bone long axis. Usually affects multiple long bones. Generally is asymptomatic.
Hereditary, asymptomatic disorder. Multiple small (3 to 10 mm) sclerotic bony densities. Primarily involves ends of long bones and pelvis. May mimic diffuse osteoblastic metastases.
Pachydermoperiostosis disease. Skin thickening of face and extremities, finger clubbing, widespread periostitis.
Sarcoidosis bony findings? of cortical bony destruction of multiple phalanges. May affect both hands. May have skin nodules.
Transient Osteoporosis of the Hip and no other finding. Self-limited with full resolution.
Painful hip osteoporosis
Benign, bony cystic lesion differential?
FEGNOMASHIC. Fibrous dysplasia. Enchondroma, EG. Giant cell tumor. Nonossifying fibroma. Osteoblastoma. Metastases, Myeloma. Aneurysmal bone cyst. Solitary bone cyst. Hyperparathyroidism. Infection. Chondroblastoma, Chondromyxoid.
Benign lytic lesions in patients younger than 30 years?
Eosinophilic granuloma. Aneurysmal bone cyst. Nonossifying fibroma. Chrondoblastoma. Solitary bone cyst.
Benign lytic lesionsdysplasia. Enchondroma. Nonossifyuing fibroma. Solitary bone cyst.
Fibrous that have no pain or periostitis?
Fibrous dysplasia discrimi...
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