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With a Report of Twenty Cases

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1. The clinical features in twenty cases of osteoid osteoma have been analysed and compared with other cases reported in the literature.

2. The lesion is regarded as a benign neoplasm and its unusual clinical behaviour is attributed to its vascular nature.

3. The frequency with which an erroneous diagnosis of "neurosis" is made is stressed.

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