BONE-GENERALIZED: Cystic and Lytic Lesions

D-57-1Preferential Site of Various Osseous Lesions - Epiphysis/Apophysis/Sesamoid (See also D-58)
D-57-2Preferential Site of Various Osseous Lesions - Metaphysis (See also D-59-1 to D-59-3)
D-57-3Preferential Site of Various Osseous Lesions - Diametaphysis (See also D-59-1 to D-59-3)
D-57-4Preferential Site of Various Osseous Lesions - Diaphysis (See also D-60)
D-57-SFavored Sites of Origin of Various Bone Lesions (The "Field Theory" of the Origin of Bone Tumors)
D-58Solitary Lytic Epiphyseal or Epiphyseal-Metaphyseal Lesion
D-59-1Solitary Lytic Metaphyseal or Diametaphyseal Lesion - Well-defined Geographic Lesion
D-59-2Solitary Lytic Metaphyseal or Diametaphyseal Lesion - Ill-defined Geographic Lesion
D-59-3Solitary Lytic Metaphyseal or Diametaphyseal Lesion - Moth-eaten or Permeative Lesion
D-60Solitary Lytic Diaphyseal Lesion
D-61-S1Diagram of Patterns of Bone Destruction
D-61-S2Radiographic Grading of Destructive Bone Lesions
D-62-SCommon Bone Lesions and Their Typical Patterns of Bone Destruction
D-63-SRelationship of Biologic Activity (Growth Rate) to Type of Bone Margin and Periosteal Reaction
D-64Lucent Lesion of Bone Surrounded by Marked Sclerotic Reaction or Rim
D-65Solitary Well-Demarcated Lytic Lesion of Bone
D-66Well-Defined, Often Cyst-Like, Infectious Lesion of Bone
D-67Solitary Lesion of Bone with Expansile Remodeling (includes Benign, Malignant, and Tumor-like Lesions)
D-68Bone Blister (Solitary Eccentric Lesion with Expansile Remodeling)
D-69-1Blow-Out Lesion of Bone (Solitary Lesion with Marked "Aneurysmal" Expansile Remodeling) (See also D-69-2)
D-69-2Large Destructive Bone Lesion (greater than 5 cm in diameter)
D-70Solitary Poorly Demarcated Osteolytic Lesion
D-71Moth-eaten or Permeative Osteolytic Lesion(s)
D-72Osteolytic Lesion Containing Calcium, Bone Density, or Matrix
D-73Bone Lesion with Prominent Fluid-Fluid Level (CT, MRI)
D-74Multiple Radiolucent Lesions of Bone (See also D-107-1 to D-107-3)
D-75Widespread Areas of Bone Destruction