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MRI report showing hormonal osseous hemangioma. Had a fall in the past. Could be due to that?

Ihad an MRI the prtho dr saw somthing on my t-10 t 10 on the left side. He thinks it could be a tumor osseous hema something?
I did have a fall down an embankment two yrs ago and ai felt something pop in my spine.? I am wondering if i broke off a spinas process and it looks like this hormonal osseous hemangaloma. I did feel something snap and I thought i broke a rib?
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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Hemangiomas are benign bone lesions . Approximately 50% of osseous hemangiomas are found in the vertebral bodies (thoracic especially)

Peak incidence occurs in the 50s.
Hemangiomas are largely asymptomatic, usually found incidentally.
In the spine, hemangiomas may compress the spinal cord without causing instability or deformity, and these are best treated with conservative surgical removal.
So leave it to your spine surgeon who will advise remoaval depending on severity of your lesion
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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