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sol·i·tar·y bone cyst

a unilocular cyst containing serous fluid and lined with a thin layer of connective tissue, occurring usually in the shaft of a long bone in a child.

simple bone cyst

A unilocular cyst-like space lined by connective tissues and filled with serous fluid.
It is not a true cyst as it lacks an epithelial lining.

sol·i·tar·y bone cyst

(sol'i-tar-ē bōn sist)
Unilocular cyst containing serous fluid and lined with a thin layer of connective tissue, occurring usually in the shaft of a long bone in a child.
Synonym(s): simple bone cyst.
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Simple bone cysts affecting the spine are extremely unusual and very few have been reported in the literature specially in children [6,7].
In younger population the differential diagnosis must include aneurismal bone cysts, which in this case was the first diagnostic possibility considered in our patient, in second place giant cell tumor and less likely simple bone cysts. Aneurismal cysts are osteolytic multiloculated lesions, filled with fluid, predominant in women in the third decade of life and affect long bone metaphysis.
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[2.] Yilmaz G, Aksoy MC, Alanay A, Yazici M, Alpaslan AM: Treatment of simple bone cysts with methylprednisolone acetate in children Acta Orthop Traumatol Turc.
These may include a wide spectrum of non-neoplastic cysts, benign or malignant neoplastic lesions ranging from simple bone cyst, ABC (primary or secondary), chondroblastoma, giant cell tumor (GCT), and an osteosarcoma (especially telangiectatic).
UBCs (Figure 11), also known as simple bone cysts, are tumor-like lesions of unknown origin, thought to be developmental rather than true neoplasms.
Unicameral bone cysts (UBC) are simple bone cysts caused by a failure of medullary bone formation that causes a serous flled cyst.
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* Simple bone cysts. Unicameral cysts lack periosteal reactions unless they have resulted in a local pathologic bone fracture.

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