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27 Possible Causes for Bone Spicules, Bronchogenic Carcinoma, Knee Pain

  • Ewing's Sarcoma

    Uncommon features included epiphyseal involvement (4%), sclerosis (4%), expansion of bone (8%), sunray spiculation (10%), calcification in soft tissue (8%), saucerization[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Eccentric cortical metastases to the skeleton from bronchogenic carcinoma. Radiology 1980; 137:49–52 [Google Scholar] 29.Greenspan A, Norman A.[ajronline.org] Patellar tumors occur infrequently and represent an uncommon etiology of anterior knee pain.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Chondrosarcoma

    (SKB) Clear cells, giant cells and bone spicules. (SKB) The lesion also had areas of more conventional chondrosarcoma.[librepathology.org] The chief complaints were painful swelling and limitation of motion of the right knee for about half a year. The pain was a kind of dull ache.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Figure 2 Figure 2: Cartilaginous neoplasm penetrates through cortical bone and invades between bone spicules.[ispub.com]

  • Fibrosarcoma

    The lesion usually has no matrix mineralization, but may have areas of sequestered bone.[radiopaedia.org] How would you explain the cause of your knee pain? How long has your knee pain been going on? How severe is your knee pain? Is your knee pain getting better or worse?[buoyhealth.com] Since most knee and other joint pains are not associated with a tumor, the key is to identify symptoms that warrant further evaluation.[sarcomahelp.org]

  • Multiple Myeloma

    This fluid is predominantly blood, but mixed in are bone marrow particles (spicules) which are then spread onto glass slides, stained, and examined by hematologists and pathologists[cancer.ucsf.edu] carcinoma; endoscopic resection with laser and stent implantation may be an appropriate treatment.[archbronconeumol.org] CASE REPORT A 56-year-old man with multiple myeloma presented with chronic polyarticular pain and swelling.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Hilar Lymphadenopathy

    Look at the lung fields (for presence of tumor) and bone/ribs for metastasis.[epomedicine.com] carcinoma) Copyright 2008-2019 PG Blazer.[pgblazer.com] There were 2 small nodules appearing below both the knees. The ankle movements were painful but had a good range.[ispub.com]

  • Sarcoma of the Lung

    There was no evidence of bone destruction, chest wall invasion, or calcification.[nature.com] To date, approximately 300 cases have been reported in the literature. [3] Primary sarcomas of the lung usually present as bronchogenic carcinoma.[ccij-online.org] Observation A 57-year-old woman was explored for chest pain for 6 months.[atm.amegroups.com]

  • Prostate Sarcoma

    The tissue surrounding the new bone spicules is very vascular and fibrous. Cartilage is not seen.[med.umich.edu] , breast cancer, colorectal cancer Bronchogenic carcinoma, endobronchial tuberculosis References 1 Willis RA.[pubs.rsna.org] Soft Tissue Sarcoma: Legs Arms Pelvis Bone Sarcoma: Knee Hip Upper Arm Symptoms An unusual lump or swelling Pain or tenderness of the bone is weakened or tumor is putting[stepsforsarcomaevent.com]

  • Paraneoplastic Syndrome

    In contrast to RP, intraretinal bone spicule migration is rare with either AZOOR or paraneoplastic retinopathies.[reviewofophthalmology.com] [11] Cerebellar hemangioma [11] Hepatocellular carcinoma [11] Erythropoietin [11] Trousseau sign Pancreatic carcinoma [11] Bronchogenic carcinoma [11] Mucins that activate[en.wikipedia.org] Hypertrophic osteoarthropathy is prominent with certain lung cancers and manifests as painful swelling of the joints (knees, ankles, wrists, elbows, metacarpophalangeal joints[merckmanuals.com]

  • Gordon-Holmes Syndrome

    spicules.[disorders.eyes.arizona.edu] Bronchogenic carcinomas occurring in the narrow confines of the thoracic inlet invade the lymphatic vessels in the endothoracic fascia and include, by direct extension, the[emedicine.medscape.com] Advanced Life Sciences second-one fourth net loss decreases to 2. 10 Methods to Relieve Knee Pain 1.[healthycascobay.org]

  • Traumatic Pneumothorax

    However, if there are bone spicules stuck in the lung or more complicated parenchymal injuries from penetrating injury, they may never completely heal.[thetraumapro.com] Human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) with PCP infection Necrotizing pneumonia Sarcoidosis Bronchogenic carcinoma or metastatic malignancy[emedicine.medscape.com] A 33-year-old woman presented to our ED complaining of right knee and right lateral chest wall pain after falling. Her breath sounds were reported as normal.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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