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Table 2 Clinical data of patients with pathological fractures through non-ossifying fibromas

From: Non-ossifying fibroma: natural history with an emphasis on a stage-related growth, fracture risk and the need for follow-up

Case-Number Age (Sex) Location Length (mm) Expansion in transversal plane (%) Expansion in sagittal plane (%) Trauma
4 11 (m) distal tibia 46 100 100 minimal trauma
13 11 (m) distal tibia 43 58 68 minimal trauma fall after stumble
37 5 (w) distal tibia 24 49 82 fall from a high with turning of the ankle joint
50 10 (m) distal tibia 50 70 97 collision with opponent (football)
57 11 (m) proximal fibula 47 100 100 fall from bicycle
103 13 (m) proximal femur 52 74 73 spontaneous pain, no trauma
mean ± SD 10 ± 3 44 ± 9 75 ± 19 87 ± 13
  1. SD standard deviation