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Subchondral bone cysts are commonly associated with osteoarthritis in adult horses and humans. 1–4 Approximately 50% of humans with osteoarthritis of the knee joint have SBCs, as diagnosed via MRI. 5,6 The etiopathogenesis of SBCs has

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as osteosarcoma, hemangioma, hemangiosarcoma, chondrosarcoma, fibrosarcoma, or giant cell tumor, and secondary bone tumors, such as multiple myeloma or lymphoma. Dysplastic causes include fibrous dysplasia or unicameral bone cysts. 8 For the cat of

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Introduction Aneurysmal bone cysts (ABCs) are encountered in humans and animals alike and are classified by appearance and development. 1 They are believed to be benign; however, they can be locally destructive due to their expansile nature 2

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implants, 7 months after the initial surgery. Histologic examination of the second metatarsal bone revealed an ABC characterized as an isolated bone lesion with expansile and lytic features. Discussion Aneurysmal bone cysts are composed of

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increase in soft tissue opacity within the cranial and caudal joint space of the right stifle. Based on the radiographic appearance of the lesion, prioritized differential diagnoses included a benign process (bone cyst, other) versus neoplasia

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