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Lecture Snippet: Benign Aggressive Lesions
Lesions that are "benign" on X-rays and "aggressive" on MRI
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This is a short lecture on the concept of benign aggressive bone lesions. These are lesions that are radiologically “benign” on X-rays with narrow zone of transition and/or sclerotic rim, but look superficially “aggressive” on MRI with marrow edema, enhancement, effusion and periostea reaction, but without a soft tissue mass.