Temporal progression of skeletal cystic angiomatosis

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Cystic angiomatosis is a rare, benign, multifocal disorder of bone and viscera, in which angiomatous deposits of both vascular and lymphatic elements result in bone lysis and organ dysfunction. We report on a case of late-onset cystic angiomatosis in a Caucasian woman who first presented at age 35 years with a lytic expansile lesion of the proximal humerus… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00256-007-0378-3

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@article{Shivaram2007TemporalPO, title={Temporal progression of skeletal cystic angiomatosis}, author={Giridhar M. Shivaram and R. Krishnanand Pai and Kevin B. Ireland and Kathryn J. Stevens}, journal={Skeletal Radiology}, year={2007}, volume={36}, pages={1199-1204} }