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  1. What causes bone lucencies? - Ask.com

    According to the University of Washington School of Medicine, bone lucencies can be caused by a variety of factors, such as cysts, cancer, benign tumors or infection.

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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. Lucent Lesions - Bone School

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

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  1. Benign lytic bone lesions | Radiology Reference Article ...

    Benign lytic bone lesions encompass a wide variety of entities. A useful starting point is the FEGNOMASHIC mnemonic.This article is a stub, which means it needs ...

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

    A lucency on an X-ray image represents an area absorbing less radioactive energy than the surrounding tissue. Lucent areas appear dark compared to the surrounding area.

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  1. LearningRadiology.com - unicameral, bone, cyst, simple ...

    Unicameral Bone Cyst. A single frontal radiograph of the shoulder demonstrates a geographic lytic lesion (white arrow) in the metadiaphysis of the humerus with a ...

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  1. Lucent Dossier Experience - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Lucent Dossier Experience (whose name loosely translates to "a collection of glowing light") is a Los Angeles cirque style interactive, avant-garde circus, electronic ...

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  1. Fibrous Cortical Defect | The Bone School

    AKA . Non Ossifying Fibroma . Definition . A hamartomatous defect in the metaphyseal cortex of skeletally-immature adolescents . Fibrous cortical defect

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  1. Solitary lucent skull lesion | Radiology Reference Article ...

    A solitary lucent lesion of the skull is a relatively frequent finding. The differential is heavily influenced by the patient's age. Older adult /elderly metastasis ...

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