「An assessment of fluid–fluid levels on magnetic resonance imaging of spinal tumours. (Skeletal Radiology 2021;50(4):771–780.)」
Children and younger adults with spinal lesions containing > 2/3 FFLs were very unlikely to have malignancy. However, in patients > 50 years of age or those with lesions containing < 2/3 FFLs, a malignant lesion is much more likely.
「Intraosseous lipomas originating from simple bone cysts. (Skeletal Radiology 2021;50(4):801–806.)」
In conclusion, this study suggests that at least some and probably most and possibly all SBCs heal with fatty transformation, either complete or part-cystic part-fatty. In reverse, intraosseous lipomas can arise from healing SBCs, though not every fatty bone lesion derives from an SBC.
Mesenchymal chondrosarcoma: imaging features and clinical findings.
Painful left forearm swelling.
Amyloidoma: a review and case report.
A comprehensive review of the normal, abnormal, and post-operative MRI appearance of the proximal biceps brachii.
Radiological findings of denosumab treatment for giant cell tumours of bone.
The differentiation between aneurysmal bone cyst and telangiectatic osteosarcoma: a clinical, radiographic and MRI study.
Extensive multifocal emphysematous osteomyelitis: fatal outcome in a patient with psychiatric history.
Thinking beyond pannus: a review of retro-odontoid pseudotumor due to rheumatoid and non-rheumatoid etiologies.
Review article: the differential diagnosis of bone marrow edema on wrist MRI.
Small soft tissue masses indeterminate at imaging: histological diagnoses at a tertiary orthopedic oncology clinic.
Calcaneal cysts and lipomas: a common pathogenesis?
Chordoma arising from benign multifocal notochordal tumors.