Name : Maryam
Resident : ----------------
Gender : Male
Age : 24
A 24-year-old man with past history of pain in his arm & progressive swelling further evaluated
Imaging Procedures and Findings
A 24-year-old man with past history of pain in his arm & progressive swelling underwent chest CT scan which showed destructive bone tumor in meta-diaphysis of left humerus with extension to epiphysis. Also performed scan depicted multiple calcified pulmonary nodules related to metastases.
Ewing sarcoma involved diaphysis of long bone associated with large soft tissue mass. Osteomyelitis showed no bone formation and always showed sequestrum. Chondrosarcoma typically associated with ring and arc calcifications. Osteosarcoma is most common malignant primary bone tumor in young adults and children & showed bone destruction with associated tumor bone formation and aggressive periosteal reaction also pulmonary metastases is common. (often calcifying ).
Osteoblastic Osteosarcoma with calcified pulmonary mets.
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