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1. The clinical, radiological and pathological features in seven cases of subchondral bone cyst are described.

2. Various hypotheses on the etiology of the lesion are discussed.

3. Although the hypothesis of vascular disturbance is thought to be the most attractive one, it is concluded that study of material from much earlier lesions than that hitherto available is essential if any justifiable theory is to be propounded.

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