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Humeri. spine. pelvis, femora, and hemithorax. In highly diffuse pattern of involvement: osteoporotic striations. In focal pattern of involvement: well-defined osteolytic lesions. Predilection for axial skeleton, especially spine and pelvis. Typical appearance on skull images: "salt-and-pepper skull" (multiple. relatively similarly shaped osteolytic lesions). 50-70% false-negative findings on conventional radiographs. Complications: pathologic fracture, especially involving the spine. Solitary plasmacytoma: Isolated focus of plasma cells.

Calcaneus. tibia. or fibula. Centrally located. sharply bordered. geographic lesion (may contain "pseudotrabeculae") • Often sclerotic rim. Expansion of bone uncommon. If expansion present, possible thin periosteal shell. Intralesional fragment within the cyst after pathologic fracture ("fallen fragment" sign) is pathognomonic but rare. • CTfindings As radiographic findings. Distinguish between unicameral and multilocular cyst. Pathologic fracture. • MRI findings Signal intensity equal to that of fluid.

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