osteogenic sarcoma


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malignant bone tumor

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Benign osteoblastoma; a category of osteoid-and bone-forming tumors other than classical osteoid osteoma, which may be mistaken for giant-cell tumor or osteogenic sarcoma.
A comparison of intramedullary and juxtacortical low-grade osteogenic sarcoma.
One case diagnosed as osteogenic sarcoma although focal positivity was present for desmin, however morphology was that of osteogenic sarcoma.
8) Cases of osteogenic sarcoma, chondrosarcoma, angiosarcoma, Leiomyosarcoma, malignant fibrous histiocytoma and neurogenic sarcoma have been reported in the literature.
When Terry was diagnosed in 1977 with osteogenic sarcoma (bone cancer) he had less than 50 per cent chance to survive and his leg was amputated.
Called osteogenic sarcoma, surgeons feared they would be forced to amputate, but embarked on a rare procedure in a bid to salvage her limb.
Osteogenic sarcoma of the jaw bones: a single institution experience over a 21-year period.
Osteogenic sarcoma and Transitional cell carcinoma occuring simultaneously in the urinary bladder: Report of a case.
However it was finally diagnosed as Osteogenic sarcoma of mandible at Tata memorial centre, Mumbai on our referral.
Benign osteoblastoma: a category of osteoid-and bone-forming tumors other than classical osteoid osteoma which may be mistaken for giant-cell tumor or osteogenic sarcoma.
Osteogenic sarcoma, a malignant tumor most often found in a cat's skull or hind legs, can cause pain, swelling, deformity and lameness.
Although infection is the most common cause of facial swelling, facial masses may indicate rhabdomyosarcoma, Ewing sarcoma, osteogenic sarcoma or metastatic neuroblastoma.
Beverley suffered from osteogenic sarcoma, which meant there was a chance she would develop secondary tumours in her lungs.
Bilateral spontaneous pneumothoraces in osteogenic sarcoma and extragonadal germ cell tumour.
Data from rat studies suggest a link with osteogenic sarcoma, but the rats "were given very, very high doses for their lifetimes," Dr.