By Fritz Schajowicz M.D. (auth.)
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A Radiograph shows radiolucent, slightly expanding lesion located eccentrically at one side of the vertebral body with perifocal reactive bone sclerosis. b Recurrence one year after curettage, showing increase in size of the lytic lesion. 49 Benign b a c Fig. 31,a-c. Male, 16 years old. Periosteal osteoblastoma of the upper third of the fibula. a Radiograph shows elongated radiolucent lesion with periosteal reactive new-bone formation. b,c Photograph and radiograph of a thin slab of the specimen demonstrate the gross features of the lesion.
4). One case, located in an ethmoidal sinus, which exhibited the radiologic features of an osteoma but which showed on tomography some small radio- 28 I. Bone-forming Tumors Fig. 5. Female, 35 years old, with ;uxtacortical (parosteal) osteoma of the upper femur. Anteroposterior and lateral radiographs show a dense sclerotic ;uxtacorticallesion. Fig. 6. Female, 45 years old, with medullary osteoma (bone island or enosteoma) of the upper femur (intertrochanteric region) anteroposterior radiograph showi~g a round dense structureless lesion.