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Indian Journal of Pathology and Oncology

Study of the morphological pattern of non-neoplastic and neoplastic bone lesions- a 5 year study

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Author Details : Deepti Gupta, Ram Kumar Gupta, Rajesh Kumar Gupta

Volume : 3, Issue : 2, Year : 2016

Article Page : 165-173

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Morphological pattern, clinical presentation and distribution according to age, sex and site of 84 cases of non- neoplastic and neoplastic bone lesions were studied over a period of five years (Retrospective period of 4 years and prospective period of one year). Maximum number of patients were in the age group of 11-30 years. Males were more frequently affected than female, the male to female ratio being 1.9:1. Femur was the most common involved site followed by tibia. Pain/tenderness was the most common clinical feature. Chronic non-specific osteomyelitis was the most common bone lesion (19%) of all the bone pathologies. Osteochondroma was the most common benign bone tumour (14.2%). Metastatic bone tumour was the most common malignant bone lesion (7.1%), while osteosarcoma was the most common primary malignant bone tumour (3.6%). The ratio of benign to malignant bone tumours was 1.8:1. The percentage of tumour like lesions was 50%, while benign bone tumours were 32.1% and malignant bone tumours were 17.86%.

Key words:
Bone tumours, Histopathology, Non neoplastic and neoplastic bone lesions

How to cite : Gupta D, Gupta R K, Gupta R K, Study of the morphological pattern of non-neoplastic and neoplastic bone lesions- a 5 year study. Indian J Pathol Oncol 2016;3(2):165-173

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