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Idea! Bone Tumor Xrays !

i was v confused between the various chondromas n sarcomas. so heres wat i came up with after googling hope it helps!

OSTEOCLASTOMA ( first xray ) Benign Bone tumor in the epiphysis of long bones. esp knee region.characteristic 'soap bubble' or 'double bubble' appeasrance on xray! on LM: multinucleate giant cells (also called Giant cell tumor )

OSTEOCHONDROMA-(second xray) Most common bening tumor occuring in the metaphysis of long bones. MAture Bone with Cartilaginous Cap. may transform into chondrosarcoma

OSTEOSARCOMA- ( 3rd xray)2 MC malignant tumor of bone in metaphysis.esp knee region. Characteristic Sun Burst pattern on Xray

CHONDROSARCOMA- (4th xray) Malignant cartilaginous tumour. MC location is spine and pelvis. On xray Glistening mass
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n i missed this
EWING SARCOMA-Small Blue cell tumour in Metaphysis on long bones. ass with translocation 11:22. characteristic onion skin appearance in bone on xray.
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