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Non-ossifying fibroma of the distal tibia: well-defined outline of the tumor with sharply defined sclerotic margins.
Non-ossifying fibroma is the one of the benign bone lesions, which are often asymptomatic unless accompanied by a pathologic fracture.
- fibrous dysplasia
- hyperparathyroidisim -Brown tumour
- Brodie's and tuberculous abscesses
- benign osteoblastoma
- aneurysmal bone cyst
- chondromyxiod fibroma.
Non-ossifying fibromas (NOF) are the most common of benign fibrous bone lesions 2 and is essentially a larger version ( >2-3 cm) of a fibrous cortical defect, both are encompassed by the term fibroxanthoma or metaphyseal cortical defect .
- 2. Sutton,sixth edition,chapter 6 , tumors and tumor-like conditions of bone(2) Iain Watt and Mark Cobby.
- 3. Hetts SW, Hilchey SD, Wilson R et-al. Case 110: Nonossifying fibroma. Radiology. 2007;243 (1): 288-92. doi:10.1148/radiol.2431040427 - Pubmed citation.