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part of the sirloin next to the wedge bone

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In a study published by Turcotte et al, (6) local recurrence occurred in 29% of the flat bone lesions and 11% of the long bone lesions, with the temporal bone having the highest recurrence rate of all, at 50%.
An affected bone may appear expanded, particularly when in short, tubular, or flat bones.
Rarely osteochondroma occurs in flat bone like pelvis (5%) and scapula (4%) (3).
Cohen I et al also reported unusual location of Osteoid Osteoma in flat bone and cancellous bone [6].
The scapula(shoulder blade), the triangular flat bone that lies on the posterolateral aspect of the thorax overlying parts of second and seventh ribs.
Other sites of involvement are flat bones and the vertebral column.
Osteoblastomas most commonly form in the vertebral column, the long and flat bones, and the metacarpals and metatarsals.
9] The flat bones of the skull, ribs, pelvis, and scapula are most commonly involved.
Enchondromas are benign growths commonly in the small bones of the fingers and toes, long tubular bones, and flat bones such as the pelvis.
In dogs, flat bones of the skull, ribs, and pelvic bones are more frequently affected (BRODEY et al.
1,2) The condition manifests as multiple, subperiostial, cartilaginous deposits (enchondromas), most often located within the long and flat bones, such as the femur, tibia, and pelvis, as well as the small bones of the hands and feet.
Flat bones, on the other hand, have less trabeculation and collagen content and as such are more sensitive to deformation and pain, as they are structured to contain red bone marrow.
carpal and tarsal bones), flat bones (bones of the skull, ilium) and tubular bones.
This is particularly true of the flat bones, such as ribs and skull bones.
Histologic examination showed severe fibrino-suppurative and necrotizing tenosynovitis and osteoarthritis that involved the long bones and occasionally facial flat bones and joints with occasional localized vasculitis.