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A 15-year-old boy sustains a left knee injury while playing soccer. A radiograph and CT is shown in Figure A. Upon further questioning of the boy's mom, she reports he's been complaining of some left knee pain at bedtime for the past 3 months. Which of the following histology slides (Figures B-F) most likely represents this boy's biopsy specimen?
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A 13-year-old boy presents with 3 months of increasing knee pain, particularly at night. A radiograph and histology are shown in Figure A and B. What is the most likely diagnosis?
Giant Cell Tumor
A 14-year-old boy presents with 6 months of knee pain and swelling. Clinical photo, radiograph, CT scan, MRI scans, and histologic slide are shown in Figures A through F. What is the most likely diagnosis?
Giant cell tumor
Clear cell chondrosarcoma
Demonstrates a pathologist analyzing the histopathology of a chondroblastoma.
HPI - Came to the ER after a road traffic accident ,general condition is good,discovered after routine x-ray
Do you need any additional imaging studies in addition to the radiographs? If so, what?
HPI - Otherwise healthy 6 year old boy who fell at the playground on his left elbow. He has had elbow pain since with any ROM. No prior elbow injury known.
What do you think this is?