Osteoid Osteoma Incidence
Facts about osteoid osteoma:
- Osteoid osteomas account for about 3 percent of all bone tumors.
- These tumors are most common in those between 10 to 30 years of age, but can occur at any age.
- Osteoid osteoma is more common in males.
- Osteoid osteomas are usually found in the long bones of the arm or leg.
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