Osseous hemangioma of the tibia

Case contributed by Roberto Schubert
Diagnosis almost certain


Incidental finding on MRI for persistent arthralgia.

Patient Data

Age: 35 years
Gender: Female

Case Discussion

Osseous hemangioma is common in the spine and calvaria and less frequently affects long bones. Most lesions are discovered incidentally. This lesion might be of the capillary type for lack of lacunae and coarsened trabeculae on CT.

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