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<-Axial Arthritis | Sclerotic Lesions of Bone-> Where, oh where does one start in the workup of this type of lesion? In my opinion, the first order of business is to learn the names of all of the tumors and tumor-like processes that involve bone. Richard Moser, former registrar of the AFIP, has said that...

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Mnemonics for the differential diagnosis of lucent/lytic bone lesions include: FEGNOMASHIC FOG MACHINES They are anagrams of each other and therefore include the same components. They are by no means exhaustive lists, but are a good start for ...

www.theradiologyblog.com/2012/05/lucent-bone-lesions-differential.html

Lucent Bone Lesions: Differential Diagnosis #12 Labels: differential diagnosis, mnemonic, musculoskeletal, xray. Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. Today's Daily Diff concerns lucent bone lesions, which are commonly encountered incidentally when evaluating plain x-rays, ...

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Publicationdate April 10, 2010 In this article we will discuss a systematic approach to the differential diagnosis of bone tumors and tumor-like lesions. The differential diagnosis mostly depends on the review of the conventional radiographs and the age of the patient.

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Bubbly bone lesions Differential Diagnosis Based on Location Central medullary lesion Eccentric medullary lesion Cortical lesion Parosteal/Juxtacortical lesion Epiphyseal lesion Metaphyseal lesion Diaphyseal lesion Lucent Bone Lesions Nonexpansile, lucent medullary bone lesion with sclerosis Nonexpansile, lucent medullary bone lesion without ...

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Some factors, as outlined below, help to determine whether a lesion looks aggressive or non-aggressive, and therefore the differential diagnosis. It is important to remember, however, that some benign processes such as osteomyelitis, can mimic malignant tumours, and some malignant lesions, such as metastases or myeloma, can look benign.

pubs.rsna.org/doi/abs/10.1148/radiol.2463061038

The approach to the radiographic diagnosis of bone tumors consists of analyzing the lesion in an organized fashion, with attention to the specific radiographic features of tumor location, margins, and zone of transition; periosteal reaction; mineralization; size and number of lesions; and presence of a soft-tissue component. Patient age is also an important clinical factor in the diagnosis of ...

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A bone scan has a greater sensitivity and areas which are “hot” on the nuclear study can then be evaluated with conventional x-ray examinations. Differential Diagnosis of Solitary Lucent Bone Lesions. Metastasis / Myeloma Eosinophilic Granuloma / Enchondroma Solitary Bone Cyst Aneurysmal Bone Cyst Giant Cell Tumor Non-ossifying Fibroma

radiology-information.blogspot.com/2012/05/lucent-bone...

Lucent Bone Lesions: Differential Diagnosis #12 Today's Daily Diff concerns lucent bone lesions, which are commonly encountered incidentally when evaluating plain x-rays, especially of long bones. Sometimes, the term lytic is also used to describe these lesions.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3467370

The purpose of this study was to present the MRI and CT findings of solitary spinal bone lesions (SSBLs) with the aims of aiding the differential diagnoses of malignant tumors and benign lesions, and proposing a diagnostic strategy for obscure SSBLs. At final diagnoses, 10 (52.6%) of the 19 SSBLs ...