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Clival lesion: Atypical osteomyelitis vs. a neoplastic process

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January 22, 2016
by Mike C. Butterfield, MD; Juan S. Gomez, MD; Ngoc Ly, MD; Enrique Palacios, MD, FACR

The differential diagnosis of a clival lesion includes malignancy, infection, meningioma, and chordoma. In this patient, a recurrent neoplasm was suspected because of his medical history and the imaging findings

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