Histological Typing of Bone Tumours by F. Schajowicz (auth.)

By F. Schajowicz (auth.)

This re-creation displays advances within the prognosis and class of bone tumours revamped the twenty years because the first variation seemed. even supposing nonetheless in keeping with regimen mild microscopy, the revised classificationbenefits from immunohistochemical and molecular organic findings. It discusses new entities, equivalent to intraosseous good differentiated osteosarcoma, round-cell osteosarcoma, and clear-cell chondrosarcoma. It bargains with the problems of analysis in the staff of malignant roundcell tumours, comparable to the excellence among Ewing sarcoma and primitive neuroectodermal tumour of bone. those alterations replace the type to facilitate the comparability of knowledge either nationally and the world over.

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Osteoid osteoma. Same case as Fig. 5 46 Fig. 7 a-c. Osteoid osteoma. Female, 15 years. Upper end of fibula. a Radiograph. b Photograph of specimen. S. Osteoid osteoma. Same case as Fig. 7. Calcified central zone of nidus 47 Fig. 9 a-c. Osteoblastoma. a Male, 29 years. Talus. Radiograph. b,c Female, 23 years. Ninth rib b Photograph of specimen. l0. Osteoblastoma. Same case as Fig. H. Osteoblastoma. Same case as Fig. 9 b. Bizarre area Fig. 12a,b. Aggressive (malignant) osteoblastoma. Female, 19 years.

Talus. Radiograph. b,c Female, 23 years. Ninth rib b Photograph of specimen. l0. Osteoblastoma. Same case as Fig. H. Osteoblastoma. Same case as Fig. 9 b. Bizarre area Fig. 12a,b. Aggressive (malignant) osteoblastoma. Female, 19 years. 13. Aggressive (malignant) osteoblastoma. Same case as Fig. 14. Aggressive (malignant) osteoblastoma. Same case as Fig. 12 50 Fig. 15a--c. Central (medullary) osteosarcoma. Male, 13 years. Lower metaphysis of femur a Radiograph. b Photograph of specimen. 16a,b. Central (medullary) osteosarcoma.

Bones commonly involved include the femur, tibia, facial skeleton and ribs. Radiographically, the lesions often have a characteristic "ground glass" appearance. Malignant change has been reported in fibrous dysplasia, but is very rare. 2 Osteofibrous Dysplasia (Figs. 159, 160) A rare benign lesion, almost exclusively localized in the tibia and fibula of young children. As in fibrous dysplasia the lesions are characterized by the presence offibrous connective tissue and trabeculae ofimmature nonlamellar bone.

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