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512 Possible Causes for Bony Swelling

  • Fracture

    For delayed hypoglossal nerve paralysis due to swelling within the canal, methylprednisolone was started, and a complete cure was attained in about 10 days.[] There will be considerable swelling and bruising. What is a Pott's fracture?[] Traumatic damage of bony structures of the condyle and clivus at the junction of many vital nerves, vessels, and ligaments may lead to traumatic deficit and death. 2018 S.[]

  • Periostitis

    Periostitis deformans is an uncommon condition of the skeletal system, mainly manifested as bone pain with or without bony swellings.[] Second metacarpal bone bears more weight than fourth metacarpal/metatarsal bone and is more prone to the formation of bony swellings or splints.[] Two male children 11 years of age reported to the Department of Oral Medicine with a painless and persistent bony hard swelling in the mandible, with a short duration (Figs[]

  • Polyarticular Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

    This can cause swelling and the formation of bony spurs, called osteophytes.[]

  • Lipoma

    Fibrosarcoma More chance of Hematoma devpg liposarcomaParosteal Feels hard Bony tumor Very, very rare 6.[] In scalp- erodes edge & lobulation dermoid , bone TbtenosynovitisSubsynovial, Knee/elbow Bursa, Intra-articular is sweling Baker’s cyst rareintra-articularIntermuscular Swelling[] SignificanceSubmucus Asymptomatic/ Intestinal/laryngea Intussusception stridor l tumorSubserosal Retroperitoneal Hydronephrosis, Liposarcoma swelling retroperitoneal cystExtradural[]

  • Osteoclastoma

    Examination revealed a swelling 12 10 cm, immobile, bony hard in consistency, on anteromedial aspect of proximal thigh [Figure 1].[] , swelling is warm ,tenderness present with bony consistency EGG SHELL CRACKLING may be elicitable when there is too much thinning of cortex/pathological fracture 7.[] Figure 1: Bony swelling anteromedial aspect of proximal left thigh (margins if swelling marked by*) with abduction deformity of left lower extremity Click here to view Neurological[]

  • Chondroma

    Usually asymptomatic, it is incidentally discovered as a palpable bony nodule. Rarely, causes soft tissue swelling and pain at the lesion site.[] […] defect, longer than wide with little or no calcification. 1,5 Pain, swelling or both may be the presenting complaint. 2 The most common location is in the hands and feet,[] […] in the second to fourth decade of life with patients 2 Radiographically, a juxtacortical chondroma usually appears as a small, cortically based, radiolucent oval/oblong bony[]

  • Osteosarcoma

    Signs and symptoms of osteosarcoma and MFH include swelling over a bone or a bony part of the body and joint pain.[] Check with a doctor if your child has any of the following: Swelling over a bone or bony part of the body. Pain in a bone or joint.[] Having certain conditions, such as the following: Signs and symptoms of osteosarcoma and MFH include swelling over a bone or a bony part of the body and joint pain.[]

  • Chondroblastoma

    A non-tender, bony hard swelling was palpable in the left temporal region with intact skin over it. There was no bruit. There was no regional lymph node enlargement.[] swelling with no aural symptoms.[] […] series of chondroblastomas of the skull and the facial bones, the mean age of presentation was 43.5 years. [7] Our patient was in his thirties and he had presented with a bony[]

  • Multiple Myeloma

    Trauma, new bony pain, or change in bony pain warrants repeat imaging with X-rays.[] Asymmetric or symmetric lower extremity swelling warrants venous duplex to rule out venous thrombosis. F.[]

  • Osteoma

    […] hard swellings on forehead Gross description Sessile, polypoid shape Median size 3.0 cm (range 0.5 - 8 cm) Smooth, bosselated surface Cut surface with dense compact bone[] It was about 1 x 1 cm, smooth, bony hard, non-tender swelling fixed to underlying bone.[] […] and point tenderness [4] [9] [2] Late • Bony deformity • Gait disturbances • Muscle atrophy • Leg length discrepancy (longer leg on involved side) • Scoliosis (concavity[]

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