1. The less common tumors, bone tumors account for about 1% of the total, male to female ratio was 2:1, 80% of patients with age less than 30 years old, 25-year-old for the incidence peak.
2. The higher the incidence of scoliosis, accounting for 41% ~ 50%, half of which occurred in lumbar spine, followed by thoracic, cervical and sacral vertebrae, vertebral lesions located on the rear spine, particularly easy to be affected pedicle.
3. Early Osteoblastoma Symptoms is local and radicular radiating pain at night do not aggravate the pain, but the response is not sensitive to aspirin.
4. Neurological symptoms for Osteoblastoma: involvement of the spine based on a corresponding plane of the neurological symptoms. Lumbar spine can produce tumor radiating pain on leg and back muscle spasm associated with. Cervical or thoracic tumor may arise numbness and inability of upper or lower limbs, even complete sensory barriers. Sacral tumors also can cause symptoms of nerve root compression.