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Fibrous cortical defect has a characteristic radiographic appearance of a small, rounded or elliptical lesion (average 1-3 cm), eccentrically located in the metadiaphysis of the cortex of a long bone without thickening it.
While a few investigators have reported using low dose [mu]CT to study bone architecture in vivo [13-15], none has used longitudinal [mu]CT scans to evaluate the healing of drill hole cortical defects in mice, mainly because spontaneous healing occurs quickly, making it difficult to assess the effect of treatments on bone healing [16].
In children, another possibility is a nonossifying fibroma or fibrous cortical defect.
Risk factors in the development of early renal cortical defects in children with urinary tract infection.
Graph 4: Site of Lesion in 26 Patients with Motor Hemiplegia with Cortical defects Capsulo Ganglionic Region 17 Cortical Lobar Areas 6 Normal CT 3 Note: Table made from bar graph.