Chondroblastoma of scapula
Right shoulder pain with limited range of motion.
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On AP radiography of the right shoulder, a lytic lesion with lobulated margins and irregular thin sclerotic rim is seen which arising in the scapular side of right glenohumeral joint. Internal calcification also is noted. There is no evidence of cortical destruction or periosteal reaction.
The findings in a 30 year old patient with right shoulder pain and limited range of motion compatible with benign bone neoplasm. Chondroblastoma is the most probable diagnosis (and is histologically proven).
A case of Prof. Saeed Rad, Tabriz, Iran.
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