Bone chapter (nontumor and tumor)
Fibrous and Fibroosseous tumors of bone
Reviewer: Nat Pernick, M.D. (see Reviewers page)
Revised: 9 August 2013, last major update June 2005
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- Stress fractures may resemble tumors with extensive periosteal new bone formation
- Postmenopausal women may have insufficiency fractures in pelvis resembling metastatic carcinoma
- Spindle cell proliferation with cartilage and bone
- May be hypercellular but orderly maturation present
Fracture callus with sarcoma
Atypical cartilage component - contributed by Dr. Mark R. Wick
Healing - contributed by Dr. Mark R. Wick
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