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Metaphyseal Fibrous Defect (Non-ossifying Fibroma)

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This lesion is the result of faulty ossification rather than a true neoplasm and is almost exclusively seen in childhood and adolescence. The most common site is the metaphysis of long bones. The radiographic appearance is characteristic consisting of well-demarcated, eccentrically located lucency with sclerotic margin.

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