Osteofibroma, Mouse

  • Arne Luz
  • Wolfgang Gössner
  • A. Beatrice Murray
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY)

Abstract

Both macroscopically and in the X-ray this tumor appearance very similar to osteosarcoma, especially the sclerosing type (Figs. 277, 278) (p. 206, this volume). An osteofibroma is usually seen as a single mass involving one bone (most often a vertebra). The bone is replaced by a radiographically dense, hard, bony mass which grows beyond the cortex of the bone and displaces but does not invade adjacent tissue. The preferred site is in a vertebra but long bones can be affected. Compression of the spinal cord by the tumor can occur with resulting posterior paralysis.

Keywords

Radionuclide Sarcoma Osteosarcoma Ghost Kelly 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Arne Luz
  • Wolfgang Gössner
  • A. Beatrice Murray

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