Ewing tumor of rib: Radiologic findings and computed tomography cotribution

Abstract

The ribs are frequent sites of primary Ewing tumor accounting for about 10–12% of all cases. The lesions may be predominantly lytic or sclerotic or show a combination of bone destruction and secondary reactive changes. In some patients bony changes are subtle and are obscured initially by frequently associated large extrapleural masses or pleural fluid… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00354122

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