System: Musculoskeletal
Section: Gamuts
Tag: oncology
Modality: X-ray (Frontal)

- “ The patient has a known history of non-small cell lung cancer and these abnormalities represent skeletal metastases.  ”

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  • Endosteal scalloping - “ Endosteal scalloping refers to the focal resorption of the inner layer of the cortex (i.e. the endosteum) of bones, most typically long bones, due...”
  • Lytic bone metastases - “ Lytic bone metastases are due to a variety of primary tumours, and are more common than sclerotic metastases (although many may occasionally have ...”

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