Bone chapter (nontumor and tumor)
Other tumors of bone
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- Due to massive destructive deposition of AL amyloid in bone
- Large, rounded deposits of amorphous eosinophilic material surrounded by giant cells
End of Bone chapter (nontumor and tumor) > Other tumors of bone > Amyloid tumor
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