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  1. What causes bone lucencies? | Ask.com

    Wikipedia says that osteoblastoma, one of the causes of bone lucency, occurs when abnormal bone-like tissue grows around the bones, creating tumors.

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  1. Lucency | Define Lucency at Dictionary.com

    Lucency definition, shining. See more. Thesaurus; Translate; Puzzles & Games; Reference; Word of the Day; Blog; Slideshows; Apps by Dictionary; My Account; Log …

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  1. WHat can cause lucency of the bone - Yahoo Answers

    The term "lucent" or "lucency" is used to describe a focal area of bony osteopenia--for example, a bone cyst or a lucency (fracture line). This would also ...

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  1. Lucent Lesions of Bone - Home Page — UW Radiology

    If the lesion grows more rapidly still, there may not be time for the bone to retreat in an orderly manner, and the margin may become ill-defined.

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  1. lucency - definition of lucency by Medical dictionary

    Definition of lucency in the Medical Dictionary. lucency explanation. Information about lucency in Free online English dictionary. What is lucency?

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  1. Lucent Bone Lesions: Differential Diagnosis #12 - The ...

    Today's Daily Diff concerns lucent bone lesions, which are commonly encountered incidentally when evaluating plain x-rays, especially of long bones.

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  1. What Is Lucency on X-Rays? | eHow

    Aug 07, 2010 · What Is Lucency on X-Rays?. The discovery of X-rays represents one of the most significant accomplishments in medical history. Though the shades of white ...

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  1. Lucent Lesions - Bone School

    Lucent Lesions. ABC Definition . Expansile pseudotumor of reactive hemorrhagic tissue arising in bone - characterised by blood filled spaces separated by fibrous tissue .

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