From the case: Multiple myeloma

A lytic lesion is...
Frontal - magnified image
A lytic lesion is noted in proximal shaft of left femur. It causes endosteal scalloping of medial cortex. Few other tiny lytic suspicious foci are noted causing endosteal scalloping of lateral femoral shaft cortex.
Modality: X-ray (Frontal - magnified image)

- “ Findings raised the possibility of multiple myeloma. Electrophoresis study proved the diagnosis. ”

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  • Multiple myeloma - “ Multiple myeloma is the most common primary malignant bone neoplasm in adults. It arises from red marrow due to monoclonal proliferation of plasma...”

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