MRI findings of intraosseous lipoma: case report.

@article{Ozdemir2004MRIFO,
  title={MRI findings of intraosseous lipoma: case report.},
  author={H{\"u}seyin Ozdemir and Z{\"u}lkif Bozgeyik and Ercan Kocakoç and Omer Kalender},
  journal={Magnetic resonance imaging},
  year={2004},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={281-4}
}
Intraosseous lipoma is one of the rarest benign bone tumors and usually presents in the fourth to fifth decades. Except for minor symptoms, they are usually asymptomatic. Metaphysis of long bones, especially proximal parts of femur and fibula, are involved in most cases. We present intraosseous lipoma to discuss the benefits of MRI and contrast-enhanced MRI findings for differential diagnosis.