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There is a well-defined, highly expansile, purely lytic lesion within the proximal ulna which extends to the distal third of the diaphysis, and demonstrates cortical destruction with a large associated soft-tissue mass. The soft tissue mass is observed circumferentially about the ulna and anterior to the elbow. No periosteal reaction is appreciated, and there is no tumor matrix mineralization, however internal pseudotrabeculation is present.