Osteoblastic metastases from prostate carcinoma
A 55 year old man with raised PSA presented with complaints of bone pain since last one year.
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Radiograph pelvis with lumbar spine was done.
Radiograph shows increased patchy bone density of bony pelvis and lumbar spine s/o osteoblastic metastases from prostatic malignancy.
Prostatic carcinoma is most common cause of osteoblastic metastases. Other less common being breast carcinoma in (30% of cases), carcinoid tumour and gastric malignancy.