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bone tumor

Oncology A generic term encompassing both malignant and benign tumors in bone; most cancer in bone tissue is 2º to metastasis from a distant 1ºs–eg, from breast or prostate; 1º bone CA–eg, osteogenic sarcoma is rare. See Osteoma, Osteosarcoma.
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Fine needle aspiration cytological study of bone tumors and tumor like lesions with clinic pathological correlation.
Imaging of Bone Tumors and Tumor-Like Llesions: Techniques and Applications.
Chordoma, or bone tumor of the skull and spine, is a very uncommon type of cancer with low prognosis (55% for a five-year survival), and accounts for about 3% of all bone tumors.
However rare the location may be, giant cell tumor should be kept in mind as differential diagnosis for bone tumors arising in small bones of hand as it is associated with high aggressiveness, high recurrence rate, and multicentricity.
Although GCTB is an uncommon cause of knee pain, it has been reported to accounts for 13.7% (8-23%) of all benign primary bone tumors. (21) GCTB is considered to be "quasi-malignant" or a "borderline" malignancy making up a 5-8% of all primary malignant bone tumors.
Other differential diagnoses of bone tumors are mentioned in Table 1.
(2) The incidence of primary bone tumors has been reported to be less than 1%.
Fourteen experts of medical oncology (MO), chemotherapy, palliative care and tumor surgery, bone tumors, urinary tract, artificial insemination and nerves, said the ministry in a statement.
The world health organization's Histologic classification of bone tumors: a commentary on the second edition.
The incidence of osteosarcoma in dogs is 80-90% of all bone tumors [5,6].
Osteosarcomas, accounts for about 80% of bone tumors. Chondrosarcomas (10%) and fibrosarcomas and hemangiosarcomas (7%) are encountered less frequently (Dorn et al., 1968).