Joined 2 years ago
Lecturer, Universiti Sains Malaysia.
1. Clues by appearance of lesion 2. Clues by location of lesion 3. Clues by type of periosteal reaction 4. Clues by matrix of lesion 5. Clues by density of lesion 6. Clues by number of lesion Patterns of Bone Destruction
7 years ago
When you see lytic bone lesion think of FOGMACHINE. Most of the lytic lesions are benign conditions with the exception of 'M' (Metastasis and Multiple Myeloma) Differential Diagnosis (Mnemonic =...
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