GAMUT D-80-S1
BENIGN FIBROCYSTIC LESIONS OF BONE


COMMON
1. Bone cyst    
2. Fibrocystic changes of degenerative arthritis (esp. in hip)
3. Fibrous dysplasia     , monostotic or polyostotic (Jaffe-Lichtenstein type; McCune-Albright S.)
4. Nonossifying fibroma (fibroxanthoma) ; fibrous cortical defect


UNCOMMON
1. Ameloblastoma, fibrous type; ameloblastic fibroma (jaws)
2. Cementoossifying fibroma (jaws)
3. Cherubism (face, jaws), incl. Ramon S.
4. Chondromyxoid fibroma
5. Desmoplastic fibroma
6. Fibrogenesis imperfecta ossium
7. Fibromatosis (esp. multicentric infantile myofibromatosis)
8. Fibromyxoma
9. Foreign body reaction (silastic arthropathy or small particle disease {eg, granulomatous pseudotumors adjacent to joint replacements})
10. Intraosseous ganglion
11. Jaffe-Campanacci S. (disseminated nonossifying fibromas, fractures, kyphoscoliosis)
12. Liposclerosing myxofibrous tumor (LSMFT)
13. Mazabraud S. (fibrous dysplasia and intramuscular myxomas)
14. Ossifying fibroma (face, jaws)
15. Osteofibrous dysplasia (esp. tibia)
16. Xanthoma (xanthofibroma) 





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