Published in Cancer Weekly, September 15th, 2009
"Tc-99m bone scans have a known high sensitivity for active osseous processes but little specificity for the type of lesion such as osteosclerotic or osteolytic metastases. The presented patient had a vulvar carcinoma with metastases to bone, an uncommon metastatic site in this primary malignancy," wrote B. Jobke and colleagues.
The researchers concluded: "Although rare cases of active osteomas have been reported, incidental discovery of osteomas in...
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