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, 66 (1), 57-58

Intramedullary Osteoid Osteoma in an 11-month-old Child

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Intramedullary Osteoid Osteoma in an 11-month-old Child

S Gupta et al. J Postgrad Med.

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Figure 1
Figure 1
(a) Plain radiograph showing nidus surrounded by sclerosis. (b) MRI showing areas of hyperechogenicity. (c) CT scan showing intramedullary nidus
Figure 2
Figure 2
(a) Intraoperative pictures showing bone window. (b) Plain radiograph showing healed bone window. (c) Photomicrograph showing anastomosing bony trabeculae (broad arrow) rimmed by osteoblasts (thin arrow) (H and E, ×400)

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