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2003 Natural History of Giant Cell Tumour of the Bone

Location: http://www.sma.org.sg/smj/4407/4407cr3.pdf

Full text account of progression of the condition in a patient who refused initial treatment Singapore Medical Journal 2003 Vol 44 (7)
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2007 A novel approach to juxta-articular aggressive and recurrent giant cell tumours

Location: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2267554/

Aggressive juxta-articular giant cell tumours of the lower limbs occurring in young patients are a challenge to the average orthopaedic surgeon. Although it is the treatment of choice for these tumours, wide resection creates a problem for the reconstruction of large bone gaps. We describe our results after resection arthrodesis...
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2011 En bloc excision and autogenous fibular reconstruction for aggressive giant cell tumor of distal radius

Location: http://www.josr-online.com/content/6/1/14

Conclusion Although complication rate is high, autogenous non-vascularised fibular autograft reconstruction of distal radius can be considered as a reasonable option after en bloc excision of Grade II/III GCT.
En bloc excision and autogenous fibular reconstruction for aggressive giant cell tumor of distal radius: a report of 12 cases and review of...
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Giant Cell Tumor of Bone

Location: http://bonetumor.org/tumors/pages/page106.html

BoneTumor.org Giant cell tumor accounts for 5 to 9 percent of all primary bony tumors and may be the most common bone tumor in the young adults aged 25 to 40. Giant cell tumor is are found more commonly in women than men, and occur most often during the third decade...
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Giant Cell Tumor of Bone Wheeless

Location: http://www.wheelessonline.com/ortho/giant_cell_tumor_of_bone

Discussion: - a common benign but locally aggressive lesion of unknown etiology; - occurs chiefly in men between 20-50 yrs (after epiphyseal closure); - tumor is expansile lytic lesion that involves the epiphysis & metaphysis; ...
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Giant Cell Tumor Wikibooks

Location: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Diagnostic_Radiology/Musculoskeletal_Imaging/Tumors_Basic/Giant_cell_tu ...

Giant cell tumors of the bone are uncommon bone tumors which represent around 4-5% of primary bone tumors and 18% of all benign bone lesions. They are interesting in the fact that their classic radiographic appearance is easily identifiable. Giant cell tumors can either be benign or malignant, although the majority...
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Osteoclastoma distal femur LSBU

Location: http://myweb.lsbu.ac.uk/dirt/museum/451-3182.html

ACR-code 451-3182 2 cases
Clinical presentation: 22 year old female with pain in the left knee. There is a destructive bone lesion in the distal metaphysis and lateral condyle of the left femur. It extends to the joint surface and has eroded the cortex and extends laterally with a soft tissue bulge...
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Osteoclastoma distal radius LSBU

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Radiology case 431-3182 Clinical presentation: 35 year old male with wrist pain.
There is a solitary, expanding, multi-loculate, well-defined lesion in the distal metaphysis of the right radius, extending almost to the joint surface. The lesion is crossed by numerous strands of dense bone, consistent with the loculation and partial septation. The...
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Osteoclastoma distal ulna LSBU

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Radiology case 432-3182 Clinical presentation: Mature adult with recent onset of wrist pain.
The distal ulna is expanded by a cyst-like tumour, adjacent to the joint. It is a solitary, expanding, multi-loculate, well-defined lesion. The endosteal margin is visible and well-defined with a narrow zone of transition between normal and abnormal bone....
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Osteoclastoma fibula LSBU

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Radiology case 455-3182 Clinical presentation: 50 year old woman with pain in the knee.
The skeleton is mature with visible osteoarthrosis. There is an expanding lesion of the head of the fibula. It thins the overlying bone to the point of invisibility. The lesion extends to the margin of the joint between...
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Osteoclastoma Olecranon LSBU

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Radiology case 423-3182 Clinical presentation: Female aged 49 years, sudden onset of pain in the left elbow, after a fall.
There is a pathological fracture of the olecranon of the left ulna, through a lytic lesion in the bone. The cyst-like lesion lies immediately adjacent to the elbow joint and has a...
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osteoclastoma pelvis LSBU

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Radiology case 4411-3182 Clinical presentation: Mature adult female with pain in 'right hip'.
The skeleton is a mature one. There is an expanding lytic lesion of the right ilium. It lies adjacent to an apophysis, the anterior superior iliac spine. The expoanding lesion thins the overlying cortex almost to the point of...
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Osteoclastoma proximal tibia LSBU

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Radiology case 454-3182 2 cases
Painless swelling of the knee in a young woman. There is a lytic process in the tibia. Note that the expanding lesion extends to the joint and is in a mature skeleton. Its centre of radius is not in the middle of the bone, the involvement is...
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Radiology Cases Osteoclastoma Giant-cell Tumour LSBU

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The majority of these tumours present between 20 - 40 yrs and only 3% are found in the immature skeleton. The usual sites are in the bones adjacent to the knee, distal end of radius and occasionally in the sacrum or pelvis. The probability of a particular bone tumour location...
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