Pseudopermeative process in bone

Last revised by Daniel J Bell on 8 Feb 2021

A pseudopermeative process in bone has multiple small cortical holes that are then superimposed over the marrow, giving a similar appearance to a permeative process.



The most common pathologies that manifest with pseudopermeative appearance (and mimic permeative lesions) are:

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