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20091117AE

An active 31 year old woman had focal back pain.

Case Identification
Case ID Number: 
20091117AE
Benign/Malignant: 
unknown
Clinical case information
Case presentation: 

An active thirty-one year old woman had focal back pain and a lesion in the second lumbar vertebra. Initial work-up including a CT revealed a solitary,lesion with a latent appearance. Primary treatment was non-operative, but after six months the pain was still present, and the patient complained of significant limitations of her lifestyle and was unable to perform many outdoor activities.

Radiological findings:: 
A repeat CT scan did not show any progression of the lesion, and a CT guided needle biopsy revealed the histological appearance shown

An active 31 year old woman had focal back pain.

Case ID Number: 
20091117AE
Image Modality: 
CT
Benign/Malignant: 
Benign

An active 31 year old woman had focal back pain.

Case ID Number: 
20091117AE
Image Modality: 
CT
Benign/Malignant: 
Benign

An active 31 year old woman had focal back pain.

Case ID Number: 
20091117AE
Image Modality: 
CT
Benign/Malignant: 
Benign
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