A hole in the skull: CT manifestations of a solitary plasmacytoma in skull
Quantitative Imaging in Medicine and Surgery,
Gong JS et al. – The authors report a case of solitary plasmacytoma of the bone (SPB) in the skull in a 59–year–old male. CT scan revealed an 8 cm × 9 cm osteolytic lesion on the scalp of skull with a well demarcated margin. A cake–like mass was revealed at CT soft tissue window. The mass was completely excised and histological examination revealed plasmacytoma. The diagnosis of SPB was established after ruling out multiple myeloma.