If this same entity was 3cm in diameter, what would it then be known as?
What is a potential complication?
Larger lesions (more common in non-ossifying fibromas) they may weaken the bone and result in a pathological fracture.
Two views of the ankle demonstrate an incidental well circumscribed lucency in the diametaphyseal region of the distal tibia. It has a sharply defined sclerotic border, no periosteal reaction and no matrix mineralisation.