malignant osteoid

malignant osteoid

A histopathological change that is one of the defining characteristics of osteosarcoma.

Imaging
Fluffy radiodense infiltrates.
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Clues to the appropriate malignant diagnosis include a more aggressive, infiltrative lesion on imaging studies, and the presence of nuclear atypia, atypical mitoses, and/or malignant osteoid production on histologic examination.
Osteosarcoma is a malignant primary tumor of bone consisting of malignant stroma with evidence of malignant osteoid, bone and cartilage formation (Spjut et al.
Presence of malignant osteoid showing variable mineralization interspersed among the tumor cells.
The diagnosis of cutaneous osteosarcoma is made on the basis of the histologic Finding of disorderly dermal deposition of malignant osteoid and exclusion of a bony primary osteosarcoma and/or metastases.
Moreover, the regularly spaced spicules of woven bone seen in FD are not present in osteosarcoma, where malignant osteoid is often deposited in broader and irregular trabeculae.

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