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Case of the week – Bone Tumour

This is a radiograph of an 11 year old following twisting her ankle. Describe what you see

She twisted her ankle whilst playing football and has pain on the distal lateral aspect of her fibula. How do you proceed?

In which patients is the fracture risk high?

Would you perform an MRI on this lesion?

 


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