Infant with a newly diagnosed adrenal mass

Radiograph of bone metastases from neuroblastoma
AP radiographs of the humerus (above) and radius and ulna (below) show lesions involving the proximal humeral diaphysis, entire radial diaphysis and proximal ulna diaphysis all of which are lytic in appearance and having a wide zone of transition and associated faint periosteal reaction.

The diagnosis was bone metastases from neuroblastoma.