Surface lesions of the bones of the hand


Surface lesions involving the bones of the hand are uncommon. This pictorial review illustrates the spectrum of conditions including benign primary bone tumours, malignant primary bone tumours and non-neoplastic disorders. The review focuses on the radiographic appearances of these lesions and other techniques such as CT and MR imaging that may suggest a specific diagnosis.

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@article{James2005SurfaceLO, title={Surface lesions of the bones of the hand}, author={Steven Laurence James and Angela M. Davies}, journal={European Radiology}, year={2005}, volume={16}, pages={108-123} }