BONE-GENERALIZED: Neoplasms

D-77-S1Age Range of Highest Incidence of Various Bone Neoplasms and Tumor-Like Lesions
D-77-S2Sex Predominance of Various Bone Lesions
D-78-SBone Neoplasms Classified by Tumor Matrix or Tissue of Origin
D-79Benign Bone Neoplasms
D-80Benign Tumor-Like Lesions of Bone (Nonneoplastic) (See also D-80-S1,D-80-S2)
D-80-S1Benign Fibrocystic Lesions of Bone
D-80-S2Xanthomatous Lesions of Bone
D-80-S3Lesions Associated with Aneurysmal Bone Cyst (ABC)
D-81Primary Malignant Bone Neoplasms
D-81-S1Radiologic Criteria Suggesting Malignant Bone Neoplasm
D-81-S2Types of Osteosarcoma
D-81-S3Types of Chondrosarcoma
D-81-S4Round Cell Lesions of Bone
D-81-S5Frequency of Primary Malignant Bone Tumors
D-81-S6Precursors of Malignancy in Bone
D-82Malignant Bone Neoplasm with Gross Destruction and Little or No Periosteal Reaction
D-83Malignant Bone Neoplasm with Marked Periosteal Reaction
D-84Malignant Bone Neoplasm with Marked Mineralization Relative to Destruction
D-85Osteoblastic Metastases
D-86Osteolytic Metastases
D-87-S1Frequency Rates of Metastases to Bone from Various Primary Carcinomas
D-87-S2Distribution of Metastatic Bone Disease
D-88Periosteal or Parosteal Neoplasm or Tumor-Like Surface Lesion of Bone