A case is reported in which osteoid osteoma was diagnosed chiefly through radiographic evidence in a forty-three-year-old male. It is one of the many cases where neurologic, serologic, and orthopaedic testing were insufficient to provide a definite diagnosis without the aid of radiographic examination. The author explains the radiographic techniques employed in this and other similar cases as well as the follow up treatment for this particular patient.
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