Bone and Joint Imaging - 3rd EditionBone tumors are a relatively infrequent finding in musculoskeletal radiology. The list of potential osseous lesions is extensive; this review of bone tumors does not include metabolic or degenerative lesions. To provide a meaningful differential diagnosis to the referring clinician, several characteristics of every osseous lesion should be routinely assessed. Classically, 10 radiographic features of a bone lesion should be examined. Five of these include: zone of transition ZOT , presence or absence of periostitis, location in the bone, pattern of osseous destruction, and age of the patient, along with associated symptoms. Because these characteristics are so important to properly classifying bone tumors, more should be said about each. The zone of transition is that outer margin of the lesion that represents the change from pathologic to normal bone.
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Skeletal Radiology. An enostosis or bone island represents a focus of mature compact cortical bone within the cancellous bone spongiosa. Thought by some to be a tumor-like condition and by others a hamartoma, this benign lesion is probably congenital or developmental in origin and reflects failure of resorption during endochondral ossification.
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