Bone Tumours

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Intraosseous Lipoma

Bony Lymphoma

Nonossifying fibroma

Osteosarcoma

Ewing sarcoma

Simple bone cyst

Giant cell tumour

Chondroblastoma

Chondrosarcoma

Fibrous Dysplasia

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Fine permeated pattern involving cortex and medullary space. A rare, malignant round-cell tumour.

A benign lesion, a tumour consisting of fatty tissue. Has a well-defined border with a narrow zone of transition

Oval/round lytic lesion Fluffy cotton wool calcified matrix Expansile Marginal sclerosis

Moth-eaten appearance with a multilamellated periosteal reaction

Lucent defect with periosteal reaction, extension into the soft tissue may be present

Expansile geographical lesion, truncated cone appearance.

Malignant. Ill defined border and wide zone of transition

lytic, Soap bubble appearance, Subarticular

Geographical lesion. Sclerotic margins with minimal cortical expansion

Well- defined lesion with smooth sclerotic margins. Benign