Modality: X-ray (Lateral)

- “ Fibroxanthomas can be divided into: Non-ossifying fibroma (>2 cm) Fibrous cortical defect (<2 cm) Both are pathologically identical. Non-ossif...”

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  • Non-ossifying fibroma - “ Non-ossifying fibromas (NOF) are the most common of non-neoplastic fibrous bone lesions and are a larger version (>3 cm) of a fibrous cortical def...”
  • Fibrous cortical defect - “ Fibrous cortical defects (FCD) are benign bony lesions and are a type of fibroxanthoma, histologically identical to the larger non-ossifying fibro...”
  • Aneurysmal bone cyst - “ Aneurysmal bone cysts (ABC) are benign expansile tumour-like bone lesions of uncertain aetiology, composed of numerous blood-filled channels, and ...”
  • Giant cell tumour of bone - “ Giant cell tumours (GCT) of bone, also known as osteoclastomas, are relatively common bone tumours, usually benign, that typically arise from the ...”
  • Kager's triangle - “ Kager's triangle is a sharply marginated radiolucent triangle seen posteriorly on lateral radiographs of the ankle. It represents the Kager fat pa...”
  • Osteolytic lesions with septations and trabeculations (differential) - “ Differential diagnosis of lytic bone lesions with septations and trabeculations include 1: benign lesions unicameral bone cyst aneurysmal bone ...”
  • Kager fat pad - “ Kager fat pad (also known as the pre-calcaneal fat pad or pre-Achilles fat pad) refers to the fat within the Kager triangle, which normally appear...”

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