A 30-year-old female asked:
sacro illiacal hyperdens bone 150 mm 120 mm possible hemangioom severe pelvic pain- seen on ct after i fell off stair - cancer ? 30 female
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Surgical Oncology 64 years experience
No cancer: Common to have bone or even muscle pain if one suffers a fall probably landing on the sacroiliac region. Often one has disruption of a tendon from its pelvic attachment such as the hamstrings from ischial tuberosity with hematoma, not hemangioma of bone. Warm baths will help subside the condition. Cancer is never the result of such trauma.
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Last updated Jul 30, 2014
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