Soft tissue hemangioma with adjacent periosteal reaction simulating a primary bone tumor

@article{DeFilippo1996SoftTH,
  title={Soft tissue hemangioma with adjacent periosteal reaction simulating a primary bone tumor},
  author={John L. DeFilippo and Joseph Sekiguchi Yu and Lawrence Weis and Joel P. Lucas},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={1996},
  volume={25},
  pages={174-177}
}
A previously healthy 9-year-old boy presented with pain and swelling in the dorsal aspect of his proximal left forearm. The pain was characterized as a constant, dull ache that had persisted for 6 weeks despite conservative therapy. There was no history of trauma. Constitutional symptoms such as fever, anorexia, or weight loss were notably absent. His past medical history was unremarkable. On physical examination, an illdefined, mobile, soft tissue mass was palpated over the dorsum of the… CONTINUE READING

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