osteogenic sarcoma

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Synonyms for osteogenic sarcoma

malignant bone tumor


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Weiss et al (21) have reported overall survival (67%) and 5-year event-free survival (58%) rates similar to those of conventional osteogenic sarcoma (58.
Primary osteogenic sarcoma of the bladder: Case report and review of the literature.
Osteogenic sarcoma of the mandible and maxilla: A Canadian review (1980-2000).
A metacarpal giant cell tumor, a sternal osteoblastoma and pubic osteogenic sarcoma in the same patient.
Data from rat studies suggest a link with osteogenic sarcoma, but the rats "were given very, very high doses for their lifetimes," Dr.
Osteogenic sarcoma, a bone cancer prevalent in tall humans, is also common in breeds of large dogs, such as the Saint Bernard.
17-year-old Amanda McDaniel lost her leg to Osteogenic Sarcoma and found out that her insurance covered only $2,500 of the $80,000 limb.
She was diagnosed with an osteogenic sarcoma and needed major limb salvage surgery for her right leg.
Osteogenic sarcoma is the most common primary malignant bone tumor in children; 75% of cases occur between the ages of 10 and 25 years.
It's all a far cry from her teenage years, spent in and out of Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary after she was diagnosed with Osteogenic Sarcoma - a type of bone cancer - in her right leg.
Carcinosarcoma, on the other hand, can be more difficult to distinguish from primary osteogenic sarcoma, especially if the sarcomatous elements in the former condition produce osteoid.
Leucovorin calcium is also used after the administration of high-dose methotrexate in treating osteogenic sarcoma.
After developing a limp, the eight-year-old was diagnosed with an osteogenic sarcoma - a bone cancer tumour - in her right leg.
And then one day he was diagnosed with osteogenic sarcoma, a form of cancer that led to part of his leg being amputated just below the knee.