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From: Diffuse cavernous hemangioma of the skull misdiagnosed as skull metastasis in breast cancer patient: one case report and literature review

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Computed tomography revealed that the right temporal lobe, and bilateral frontal lobes contained lesions. Meanwhile, the bilateral forehead, and right temporal occipital exhibited diffuse osteolytic bone destruction. The tesions had a “bean curd” type of morphology. The border of the lesion was undefined. The surrounding bone without hardening

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