Calcified or ossified benign soft tissue lesions that may simulate malignancyKwee, R. M. & Kwee, T. C., Dec-2019, In : Skeletal Radiology. 48, 12, p. 1875-1890 16 p.
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The purpose of this article is to review calcified or ossified benign soft tissue lesions that may simulate malignancy. We review the clinical presentations, locations, imaging characteristics, and differential diagnostic considerations of myositis ossificans, tophaceous gout, benign vascular lesions, calcific tendinopathy with osseous involvement, periosteal chondroma, primary synovial chondromatosis, Hoffa's disease, tumoral calcinosis, lipoma with metaplasia, calcifying aponeurotic fibroma, calcific myonecrosis, ancient schwannoma, and Castleman disease.
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - Dec-2019|
- Soft tissue lesion, Calcifications, Ossification, Benign, Malignant, SYNOVIAL CHONDROMATOSIS, PERIOSTEAL CHONDROMA, ANCIENT SCHWANNOMA, FAT PAD, TUMORS, TENDINITIS, DIAGNOSIS, OSTEOLIPOMA, TOMOGRAPHY, MIMICKING