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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Geographical lesion. Sclerotic margins with minimal cortical expansion

Malignant. Ill defined border and wide zone of transition

lytic, Soap bubble appearance, Subarticular

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

Expansile geographical lesion, truncated cone appearance.

Well- defined lesion with smooth sclerotic margins. Benign

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

Moth-eaten appearance with a multilamellated periosteal reaction

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

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