Bone tumour, X-ray

Bone tumour, X-ray

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Caption: Coloured X-ray in front view of a patient's shoulder showing a tumour (red, upper frame) in the upper arm bone (humerus). This is an osteoclastoma, or giant cell tumour (GCT). GCTs are rare, benign (non-cancerous) tumours. They normally occur in adults between 20 and 40 years of age. If not treated, the tumour will continue to grow and eventually destroy the bone. Surgical removal is the most effective treatment.

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