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Authors:  Paul M Cheon, Linda Probyn, Nemica Thavarajah, Erin Wong, Catherine Lang, Stephanie Cheon, and Edward Chow
Abstract:
A 37-year old female patient presented with a pelvic bone lesion with benign and non-aggressive features. Although follow-up was deemed unnecessary, further MRI imaging was arranged for the anxious patient, until the patient became pregnant. We present the diagnostic differences between benign and malignant lesions of the bone, and also suggest an approach to follow bone lesions. 


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Identifying and monitoring benign pelvic bone lesions using radiographic imaging (pp. 315-318)