Normal osseous variants presenting as cystic or lucent areas on radiography and CT imaging: a pictorial overview.

@article{Wilde2004NormalOV,
  title={Normal osseous variants presenting as cystic or lucent areas on radiography and CT imaging: a pictorial overview.},
  author={Vally De Wilde and Michel O De Maeseneer and Leon Lenchik and Peter Van Roy and P. A. Beeckman and Michel Osteaux},
  journal={European journal of radiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={51 1},
  pages={77-84}
}
We present a number of commonly encountered pseudolesions. These represent areas of the skeleton that are relatively radiolucent simulating an osteolytic or cystic lesion. Such areas discussed in this article include the superolateral humeral head, rhomboid fossa of the clavicle, scapular defect, supratrochlear foramen, biceps tendon insertion, vascular channel of the ulna, distal condylar area of the knee, 'bone in bone' disturbance, dorsal defect of the patella, metadiaphyseal area, 'Wards… CONTINUE READING

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