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A 13-year-old premenarchal girl presents with back pain and scoliosis. Figures A through D are the bone scan, SPECT scan, axial and coronal images respectively. What is the most likely diagnosis?
Aneurysmal bone cyst
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Which of the following statements regarding osteoid osteomas in the spine is correct?
Scoliosis caused by osteoid osteoma is typically a flexible curve
Osteoid osteomas in the spine cannot be treated by radiofrequency ablation
Spinal osteoid osteomas typically occur on the concave side of the curve
Osteoid osteomas always occur in the vertebral body of the spine
Osteoid osteomas in the spine show more malignant histological behavior than those in the extremity