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Giant cell tumour of bone

Case contributed by: Dr MT Niknejad

Presentation:

27 Y/O male with Knee pain

Patient Data:

Age: 27
Gender: Male
Race: Middle eastern
Modality: X-ray

An eccentric, well defined lytic lesion with non sclerotic margins  is seen which abuts the articular  surface at proximal of tibia in a patient with closed  epiphyses

Case Discussion:

These findings are characteristic for a giant cell tumour in long bones.

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