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|Pathogenesis (what's going on?) During osteoplastic tumors:
Localization of tumors in the metaphyseal regions of long bones is 80% or more, with about 60% of patients have a lesion of the distal metaphysis of the femur and proximal metaphysis of the tibia.
Symptoms of osteoplastic tumors:
Main clinical symptom is pain. Low intensity in early disease, they... Read more »
|Diagnosis osteoplastic tumors:
X-ray picture of osteogenic sarcoma is composed of a number of pathognomonic signs. One of the most frequent radiographic signs for classic osteogenic sarcoma is the presence of "peak" or a triangle Codman, which occurs at the boundary of the outer cortical bone defect, and is a component of bone tumors in the form of osteophytes.
Osteopla... Read more »