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Pseudolesions involving bone and soft tissue regarding orthopedic oncology.

Acta Radiologica 2024 May 17
Pseudolesions in bone and muscle are encountered mostly incidentally in routine imaging studies, especially due to the recent advancements on many different imaging modalities. These lesions can be categorized into the following categories: normal variants; congenital; iatrogenic; degenerative; and postoperative. In this review, we discuss the many different radiological characteristics of musculoskeletal pseudolesions that appear on imaging, which can prevent non-essential additional studies.

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