Lesions of juxtacortical origin (surface lesions of bone)

@article{Kenan1993LesionsOJ,
  title={Lesions of juxtacortical origin (surface lesions of bone)},
  author={Samuel Kenan and Ibrahim Fikry Abdelwahab and Michael Jeffrey Klein and George Hermann and Michael M. Lewis},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={1993},
  volume={22},
  pages={337-357}
}
A large variety of tumor and tumor-like conditions have been shown to originate from the surface of bone (Table 1). Most surface lesions are associated with periosteal reaction. The periosteum is a multipotential membrane. Its cellular composition may give rise to a variety of both neoplasms and tumor-like conditions. To avoid misinterpretation, the orthopedist, radiologist, and pathologist should be familiar with the entire spectrum of surface lesions. A better understanding of the natural… CONTINUE READING

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