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Sclerotic lesion
I was recently found to have a 8mm rounded sclerotic area in the l3 vertebral....can you put this into
English for me ---- a previous xray shows that there has been no change........what's next for me?
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301037 tn?1213868178
small sclerotic lesion in the vertebrae which is uncghanged on serial xrays is probably with out any significance and may indicate something which is called a bone island. (benign finding)  However, to be on a safer side serial follow up has been advised. Sclerosis in common english means increased density.
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