Tumors and Tumor-Like Conditions of Bones

  • Hart IsaacsJr
Chapter

Abstract

Primary tumors of bone occur infrequently during the first year of life. Few cases have been reported [1–12]. For example, in a series of 249 children with bone lesions less than 10 years of age, 16 were younger than 1 year of age [1]. Langerhans cell histiocytosis was the dominant neoplasm (ten cases); the skull was the site most frequently involved (Fig. 18.1). In addition, there were two examples of chest wall hamartoma and one each of Ewing’s sarcoma of the scapula, fibrous dysplasia of the turbinate, osteochondroma of the rib, and myofibromatosis of the mandible [1].

Keywords

Fibrous Dysplasia Neuroectodermal Tumor Aneurysmal Bone Cyst Polyostotic Fibrous Dysplasia Juvenile Xanthogranuloma 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hart IsaacsJr
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  1. 1.Department of Pathology Rady Childrens Hospital San DiegoUniversity of California San Diego School of MedicineSan DiegoUSA

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