The typical course of CAB in patients without visceral involvement is relatively benign and compatible with a long life span. When there is both visceral and skeletal involvement, there may be a progressive course that can lead to an early death . Although there have been reports of cases of spontaneous regression, the majority of these patients had skeletal involvement only .
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The radiographic abnormalities found in CAB are lytic, well-defined round or oval lesions of the medullary cavity with preserved cortex and sclerotic borders, little residual central trabeculation and no periosteal reaction . Sclerotic lesions, and mixed lytic and sclerotic lesions, have also been described, especially in older patients . CT and magnetic resonance imaging can be used to confirm the character of the lesions . The magnetic resonance imaging can characterize the lesions as endothelium-lined cysts, a characteristic that sometimes cannot be noted with CT .