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This paper describes a human skeletal remain from the Himrin basin of Iraq affected by tumor-like lesions localized in the skull, mandible, scapulae, humeri, ribs, sternum, vertebrae including sacrum, hip bones, and femora. After anthropological, anatomical, and roentgenological observations and comparison with various diseases resulting in osteolytic destructive lesion with characteristic features, the authors conclude that a slow-growing benign tumor involved the skeleton because of the agedoi:10.1537/ase1911.95.107 fatcat:btwd45mly5bwhh7r3azl6ofz4y