Skel Rad B (2)

  1. Which is NOT a finding consistent w/ Gardner's syndrome?

    D. Faulty dentition
  2. All of following lesions may have similar appearance w/ the exception of ____.

    C. Peripheral chondrosarcoma
  3. Oval shaped painful eccentric radiographic lesion produces slight cortical expansion in tibia is consistent w/ ___.

    C. chondromyxoid fibroma
  4. Tumors of patella although uncommon are usually of _______ type.

    C. cartilaginous
  5. Periosteal reactions indicate?

    B. aggressiveness pathology
  6. Primary malignant tumor may present w/ symptoms similar to infection is ____.

    C. Ewing's sarcoma
  7. Benign neoplasm w/ greatest spinal tendency is ___.

    D. osteoblastoma
  8. Punched out lesions are characterized by _____.

    C. short margination
  9. Peculiarity of enchondroma's malignant potential is ____.

    B. close to axial skeleton
  10. Pathologically, which bone malignancy produces neoplasm osteoid?

    B. osteosarcoma
  11. Osteosarcoma of axial skeleton is rare, however, will commonly originate at ____ when it does.

    B. sacrum
  12. Sinister feature of osteosarcoma is tendency to metastasize in ____.

    D. brain
  13. Classical periosteal response of osteosarcoma is ____.

    C. Codman's
  14. Of primary malignant bone neoplasms, which is considered to have better prognosis?

    A. chondrosarcoma
  15. Giant cell tumor at this location has high incidence of malignancy

    B. distal radius
  16. Most common benign tumor of sacrum is ____.

    B. giant cell
  17. All of following are considered common benign tumors EXCEPT ____?

    C. chondroblastoma
  18. Cortical saucerization is an early characteristic finding for which primary tumor & also commonly metastasizes to other skeletal sites including the spine?
    Ewing's sarcoma
  19. Paget's will most likely result from ____.
  20. Which lesion is asymptomatic?
    osteochondroma & osteoma
  21. Which soap bubble lesion does NOT belong b/c of age?
    bone cyst
  22. MC bones affected by skeletal metastasis?
    spine & pelvis
  23. MC spinal location for chondroma?
  24. Bone tumor w/ predilection to proximal humeral tuberosity?
  25. Infection that mimics osteoid osteoma along w/ pain @ night?
    Brodie's abscess
  26. Which is NOT radiographic feature of spinal metastasis?
    Decreased disc space
  27. Treatment of choice for osteosarcoma before metastasis is?
  28. Benign tumor w/ bony cartilaginous element is?
  29. MC malignant skeletal tumor is?
  30. 50% have stippled & punctated calcification?
    solitary enchondroma
  31. Benign neoplasmic lesion is?
    aneurysmal bone cyst
  32. MC in metacarpals & phalanges is?
  33. MC pathway for skeletal metastases is?
    hematogenous venous
  34. Which is NOT considered a characteristic of osteochondroma
    common in intramembranous bone
  35. Expansile geographic lesion extending into metaphysis to subarticular region is?
  36. 98% of chondroblastomas originate from the epiphysis?
  37. 2 painful but rare lesions w/ similar appearances are?
    osteoid osteoma & osteoblastoma
  38. Benign tumor arising from residual islands of cartilage left in metaphysis as physis grows away is?
  39. Phalanges account for 40% & metacarpals 10% for this tumor?
  40. Which of the following is the correct order of primary bone malignancies?
  41. 15% of osteosarcomas occur at?
  42. MC benign skeletal tumor is?
  43. MC benign spinal tumor is?
  44. Scoliosis occurs in 50% of cases for?
  45. Geographic lucency w/ affinity to tibia is?
    chondromyxoid fibroma
  46. 3rd MC primary skeletal malignancy is?
  47. May mimic osteoperosis is?
    multiple myeloma
  48. Affinity to knee is?
    Giant cell
  49. Occurs under 10 yoa & usually fatal is?
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