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Year : 2000  |  Volume : 48  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 288--90

Diagnostic dilemma in a case of early spinal tumour fracture (Plasmacytoma) : a case report.

Vasant Kunj, 163/E, Dr. B.A. Road, Hindu Colony, Dadar, Mumbai, 400014, India., India

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MRI findings of D12 fracture were suspicious of a pathological fracture. However, biopsy did not show any evidence of tumour. This resulted in the patient following up after one and half years with an epidural mass lesion and neurological deterioration. This paper highlights some of the MRI features of fractures associated with underlying pathology over traumatic or osteoporotic fracture.


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