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Bone Marrow

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Abstract

A 43-year-old white man presented right hip pain for approximately 10 months related to nonspecific trauma. Findings at physical examination were normal.

Ten years earlier, a pigmented skin lesion resected from his shoulder was diagnosed as melanoma (Level I on Clark’s classification and 2.5 mm on Breslow’s classification).

Keywords

Femoral Head Enzyme Replacement Therapy Bone Marrow Edema Systemic Mastocytosis Bone Marrow Infiltration 
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Further Reading

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  1. www.skeletalrad.org. The Society of Skeletal Radiology
  2. www.internationalskeletalsociety.com. International Skeletal Society
  3. www.sfr-radiologie.asso.fr. Societé Francaise de Radiologie
  4. www.mrrc.yale.edu. Magnetic Resonance Research Center
  5. www.em-consulte.com. Elsevier Massom EM/consulte

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Girona Chief MRI Unit Clínica GironaGironaSpain
  2. 2.Ciberer. Instituto Aragonés de CienciasZaragozaSpain
  3. 3.Department of RadiologyCHOP Complexo Hospitalario de PontevedraPontevedraSpain

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