Anatomy & Physiology Kat

Osteoclastoma

Osteoclastoma is a 'giant cell tumor' of the bone. It can be found at the end of long bones, such as in the knee region, wrist, arm and pelvis. It's found in Women between the ages of 20 and 40. The tumor is rarely malignant, and painful, most of all is benign.

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