Pediatric Giant Cell Tumor

  • Etiology:
  • Imaging:
    — Location (epiphysis, abut articular surface, only occurs with closed growth plate)
    — Lytic with non-sclerotic margin
    — Matrix ()
    — Zone of transition (narrow)
    — Periosteal new bone or cortical destruction
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Radiology Cases of Giant Cell Tumor

Radiograph of giant cell tumor of femur
AP radiograph of the knee shows growth plate fusion and a metaphyseal lesion that is lytic and expansile in appearance with a narrow zone of transition and no associated periosteal reaction.