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Giant Cell Tumor

Basics Description A benign but often locally aggressive neoplasm, characterized by large numbers of uniformly distributed, osteoclastlike giant cells and a background population of plump, epithelioid-to-spindle mononuclear cells. The vast majority of these tumors are located near the articular end of a tubular bone; ~50% occur in the knee. Other frequently involved sites: Distal […]

Femoral Shaft Fracture in the Child

Basics Description Femoral shaft fractures are defined as those >5 cm below the lesser trochanter, but above the distal metaphyseal (wider) portion of the lower femur. The location usually is specified as: Proximal Midshaft Distal Although the femur usually requires a large amount of energy to fracture, fractures can occur with low amounts of […]

Aneurysmal Bone Cyst

Basics Description Destructive, painful, lytic bone lesions occurring in young patients May occur primarily in bone (de novo) or develop within another benign bone lesion Can be locally aggressive and can cause a bone to balloon as a result of aneurysmal cystic expansion Occurs most often at the proximal ends of long bones and […]