Vertebral fracture due to a solitary bone cyst
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CitationGenç, A., Uyar Bozkurt, S., Özgen, S. ve Pamir, M. N. (2017). Vertebral fracture due to a solitary bone cyst. Journal of Neurosurgical Sciences, 61(2), 228-232.
Simple bone cysts (SBC), also known as solitary bone cysts 1 or unicameral bone cysts,2 are common, benign, fluid filled, cystic lesions that occur mostly in the metaphysis of the long bones. Atypical bone involvements occur, however, in less than 5% of the cases 3, 4 including the vertebrae throughout the spinal axis.