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A 28-year-old male presents for evaluation of leg pain. He denies trauma, and is otherwise healthy. A lateral radiograph of the affected leg is shown in Figure A. A biopsy is taken, and the low and high power histology specimens are shown in Figures B and C. Which of the following should be offered as definitive treatment of this lesion?
Radiation and chemotherapy
Bracing to prevent tibial deformity and pathologic fracture
Immediate above the knee amputation
En bloc resection with wide margins followed by appropriate reconstruction
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A 21-year-old female presents with 7 years of leg pain and deformity. Radiographs from when she first noticed the lesion at age 14 are shown in Figures A and B. Current radiographs are shown in Figures C and D. Current MRI and histology section are shown in Figures E & F. What is the most likely diagnosis?
A 30-year-old woman has had pain in her right leg for the past 6 months. A lytic lesion is noted in the anterior cortex of the midtibia, extending 5 cm in length without a soft-tissue mass. A radiograph and a biopsy specimen are shown in Figures 35a and 35b. What is the preferred treatment?
Debridement and IV antibiotics
Wide resection of the lesion
A 24-year-old male presents with pain in his tibia. Radiographs are shown in Figure A. Histology is shown in Figure B. What is the most likely diagnosis?