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An 18-year-old man consulted for recurrent attacks of left back pain during the previous year. The episodes were occasionally associated with abdominal pain, mainly localized in the left hypochondrium. At physical examination, tender swelling was noted below the left scapula. After chest X-ray, a bone tumor was suspected at the level of the left fifth rib and CT and MRI studies were requested.
KeywordsSynovial Sarcoma Fibrous Dysplasia Giant Cell Tumor Giant Cell Tumor Osteoid Osteoma
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