Orthopaedic Oncology: Diagnosis and Treatment is a complete reference for handling the full range of musculoskeletal tumors frequently encountered in the clinical setting, from osseous tumors in the upper extremity, to soft-tissue tumors of the pelvis. The first section presents the principles of initial assessment, guiding the clinician through key questions for developing the differential diagnosis and selecting the imaging modality and surgical technique. The second part of this book presents sarcoma case reports that cover tumor pathologies in different anatomic locations. Each case report contains succinct descriptions of presenting history, differential diagnosis, anatomic and imaging issues, biopsy techniques, pathologic diagnosis and grading, treatment options, surgical details, preferred treatment, pearls, and pitfalls. Features:* A comprehensive collection of cases presented according to anatomic location* Special emphasis on the significance of a tumors initial presentation and its implications for surgical treatment* Clinical insights for tailoring treatment plans to the patients particular condition, such as determining when neoadjuvant chemotherapy and adjuvant chemotherapy are indicated* Current information about the use of positron emission tomography (PET) for tumor grading* Recommendations for avoiding complications and managing potential pitfalls* More than 300 images and illustrations that demonstrate key concepts This book is an indispensable resource for orthopaedists, oncologists, as well as radiologists and pathology specialists treating patients with bone and soft-tissue tumors. Contents Section I. Principles of Evaluation and Surgical Treatment 1. Initial Evaluation of Patients with Musculoskeletal Tumors Conrad 2. Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Imaging of Musculoskeletal Tumors Eary 3. The Fundamentals of Sarcoma Surgical Treatment Conrad Section II. Sarcoma Case Reports Section IIa. Osseous Tumors of the Upper Extremity 4. Glenoid: Degenerative Cyst Mayerson 5. Proximal Humerus: Osteosarcoma Mayerson 6. Proximal Humerus: Bone Cyst Conrad 7. Proximal Humerus: Enchondroma Mayerson 8. Midshaft Humerus: Ewing’s Sarcoma Femino 9. Midshaft Humerus: Eosinophilic Granuloma Femino 10. Forearm: Hereditary Multiple Exostoses Lisle 11. Forearm/Distal Radius: Giant-Cell Tumor Clayer 12. Hand: Enchondroma Mayerson 13. Hand: Ewing’s Sarcoma Conrad Section IIb. Osseous Tumors of the Lower Extremity 14. Femoral Neck: Aneurysmal Bone Cyst Clayer 15. Proximal Femur: Chondrosarcoma Clayer 16. Proximal Femur: Renal-cell Carcinoma Metastasis to Bone Clayer 17. Proximal Femur: Fibrous Dysplasia Rapp 18. Mid Femur: Stress Fracture Weisstein 19. Mid Femur: Ewing’s Sarcoma Chansky 20. Distal Femur: Osteosarcoma Rapp 21. Distal Femur: Parosteal Osteosarcoma Clayer 22. Distal Femur: Giant-Cell Tumor Rapp 23. Proximal Tibia: Primary Bone Lymphoma Weisstein 24. Proximal Tibia: Non-Ossifying Fibroma Clayer 25. Mid-Tibia: Adamantinoma Morgan 26. Mid-Tibia: Osteoid Osteoma Morgan 27. Distal Tibia: Desmoplastic Fibroma Conrad 28. Distal Tibia: Aneursymal Bone Cyst Howlett 29. Distal Tibia/Medial Malleolus: Intraosseous Ganglion Howlett 30. Forefoot: Osteosarcoma Rapp 31. Hindfoot/Calcaneal: Unicameral Bone Cyst Rapp Section IIc. Osseous Tumors of the Pelvis and Spine 32. Cervical Spine: Eosinophilic Granuloma Randall 33. Thoracic Spine: Osteoblastoma Randall 34. Thoracic Spine: Metastatic Bone Disease (MBD) Randall 35. Pelvis: Osteosarcoma Randall 36. Pelvis: Ewing’s Sarcoma Conrad 37. Pelvis: Chondrosarcoma Conrad 38. Pelvis: Adenocarcinoma Metastasis Conrad 39. Hip: Osseous Sarcoma Tuncay 40. Sacrum: Chordoma Conrad Section IId. Soft-Tissue Tumors of the Upper Extremity 41. Shoulder: Lipoma Wirganowicz 42. Shoulder: Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma (MFH) Wirganowicz 43. Scapula: Pleomorphic Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma Patt 44. Axilla: Malignant Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumor (MPNST) Patt 45. Elbow: Synovial Chondromatosis Weisstein 46. Forearm/Distal Radius: Desmoid Tumor Clayer 47. Forearm: Synovial Sarcoma Clayer 48. Wrist: Ganglion Cyst Lisle 49. Hand: Epithelioid Sarcoma Weisstein Section IIe. Soft-Tissue Tumors of the Lower Extremity 50. Anterior Thigh: Myxoid Liposarcoma Tuncay 51. Anterior Thigh: Lipoma Tuncay 52. Posterior Thigh: Soft-Tissue Sarcoma Tuncay 53. Hip: Myositis Ossificans Sorensen 54. Posterior Calf: Desmoid Tumor Sorensen 55. Anterior Calf: Hemangioma Sorensen 56. Posterior Calf: Malignant Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumor Sorensen 57. Foot: Melanoma Morgan 58. Plantar Foot: Synovial Sarcoma Weisstein Section IIf. Soft-Tissue Tumors of the Spine, Trunk, and Pelvis 59. Lumbar Spine: Synovial Sarcoma Patt 60. Thoracic Spine: Neurofibromatosis and Malignant Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumor Patt 61. Chest Wall: Askin’s Tumor Morgan 62. Pelvis: Gluteal Pleomorphic Spindle Cell Sarcoma (NOS_ Conrad 63. Pelvis: Leiomyosarcoma Patt 64. Retroperitoneum: Liposarcoma Conrad: ORTHOPAEDIC ONCOLOGY DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT.

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27/7/2008 · Orthopaedic Oncology: Diagnosis and Treatment is a complete reference for handling the full range of musculoskeletal tumors frequently encountered in the clinical setting, from osseous tumors in the upper extremity, to soft-tissue tumors of the pelvis. 1/1/2011 · Orthopaedic Oncology: Diagnosis and Treatment is a complete reference for handling the full range of musculoskeletal tumors frequently encountered in the clinical setting, from osseous tumors in the upper extremity, to soft-tissue tumors of the pelvis.

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The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital is the leading centre for orthopaedic oncology in the world. Our team specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of benign and malignant tumours of bone and soft tissues. All of the experts had more than 5 years of dedicated work on the field, and they are leading members of an orthopaedic oncology reference center in their countries. They were not involved in the patients’ care, and they did not know the patients’ identities, their definitive diagnosis, or their treatment.