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A benign tumor of fibrous or fully developed connective tissue.
[OCOSH Code: D005350 424568000 M8810/0 OO_CTN_NON_FT_F]

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Aggressive Fibromatosis (10)
Internet resources relating to Aggressive Fibromatosis, a childhood counterpart of abdominal or extra-abdominal desmoid tumors, characterized by firm subcutaneous nodules that grow rapidly in any part of the body but do not metastasize.
MeSH Search Term "Fibromatosis, Aggressive"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M8821/1 Aggressive fibromatosis
SNOMED-CT Term Aggressive fibromatosis (morphologic abnormality) Concept ID: 47284001
Synonyms - Extra-abdominal desmoid
Invasive fibroma
Desmoid
OCOSH Code: D018222 47284001 M8821/1 OO_CTN_NON_FT_F_AF
Desmoplastic Fibroma (3)
A extremely rare bone tumor characterized by abundant collagen formation and a fibrous stroma, without evidence of mitosis or pleomorphism. It appears on x-rays as an osteolytic lesion with well-defined margins and must be differentiated from primary fibrosarcoma of bone.
MeSH Search Term "Fibroma, Desmoplastic"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M8823/1 Desmoplastic fibroma
SNOMED-CT Term Desmoplastic fibroma (morphologic abnormality) Concept ID: 128861007
OCOSH Code: D018220 128861007 M8823/1 OO_CTN_NON_FT_F_DF

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chondromyxoid fibroma

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Clinical presentation: No detail, presumably pain in right shoulder.
There is a well defined lytic eccentric lesion in the metaphysis and proximal portion of the diaphysis of the right humerus. This has a well-defined zone of transition with normal bone and has the appearance of a line of demarcating sclerosis. The cortex...
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Chondromyxoid Fibroma eMedicine Orthopedics

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Chondromyxoid fibroma (CMF) is a rare, slow-growing bone tumor of chondroblastic derivation.1, 2, 3, 4 Jaffe and Lichtenstein first described the condition in 1943.5 They differentiated this benign lesion from chondrosarcoma, a much more common, but malignant, tumor.
Synonyms and related keywords: CMF, bone tumor, chondroblast, chondrosarcoma, benign tumor, aneurysmal...
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Chondromyxoid Fibroma Wheeless

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Discussion: - locally painfull benign cartilaginous lesion of bone; - it occurrs in adolescents; - located in metaphyses of major long bones; - this lesion most often presents as an active stage 2 lesion which is locally destructive...
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Discussion of Fibroma Wheeless

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Discussion: - solitary, beinign fibrous tumor of sof tissue; - it may occur at any age; - lesions arise as a slowly enlarging soft tissue mass; - palmer and planter aspects of the hands and feet are common...
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fibrous cortical defect and simple bone cyst LSBU

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Radiology Case 461-3131 Young adolescent male with pain in heel.
The skeleton is maturing; note the fusing epiphyses. There is a thick dense margin around an eccentric lesion in the tibial diaphysis. It is not projected in-profile in either view, but seems well-defined with an intact sclerotic margin. There is no...
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Fibrous Cortical Defect eMedicine Orthopedics

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Phemister provided the first description of fibrous cortical defect (FCD) in 1929. Sontag and Pyle reported a radiologic description in 1941,1 and in 1942, Jaffe and Lichtenstein described clinical and anatomic aspects and the natural history.2 Also called nonossifying or nonosteogenic fibroma, this benign tumor probably is the most frequent bony...
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Fibrous cortical defect LSBU

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Radiology case 451-3131 Clinical presentation: Incidental finding in a 15 year old girl. There is a lobulated peripheral zone of increased density in the diaphysis of the femur. It has a sclerotic well-defined endosteal margin. The long axis is parallel to the bone and there is no cortical reaction. There is no...
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Fibrous cortical defect LSBU

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Radiology case 454-3131 Incidental finding in a 15 year old boy, trauma case.
The skeleton is immature. There is a peripheral metaphyseal 'lucency' with a well defined endosteal margin. The long axis is parallel to the bone implying a longevity without significant damage. The lesion has a superficial location, but the...
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Fibrous Cortical Defect POSNA Study Guide

Location: http://www.posna.org/education/StudyGuide/fibrousCorticalDefect.asp

Objectives
1. List 3 synonyms for fibrous cortical defect
2. Describe the pathology of fibrous cortical defect
3. Describe the radiographic features of fibrous cortical defect
4. Describe the natural history of fibrous cortical defect
5. Discuss surgical indications and...
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Non-Ossifying Fibroma Wheeless

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Discussion: - also known as fibrous cortical defect; - most common bone lesion (40% children); - it results from defect of periosteal cortical bone development which leads to failure of ossification; - natural history: ...
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Plantar Fibromatosis Wheeless

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- refers to multiple fibrous benign tumors which are locally aggressive; - these are more aggresive than solitary fibroma; - these lesions often develope in the proximal limbs or the trunk; ...
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