Interosseous Lipoma

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Interosseous Lipoma:
Benign tumour of fatty tissue
Usually long bones – usually fibula, femur and tibia (15% in calcaneus)
Most are asymptomatic – may get soft tissue swelling and pain.
X-ray – osteolytic lesion; well defined sclerotic margin

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