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AuthorAdler, Claus-Peter. author
TitlePrimary Bone Tumors and Tumorous Conditions in Children [electronic resource] : Pathologic and Radiologic Diagnosis / by Claus-Peter Adler, Kazimierz Kozlowski
ImprintLondon : Springer London, 1993
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-1951-7
Descript XIV, 267 p. 372 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

We welcome the publication of this volume, which discusses the diagnosis of bone tumours with particular reference to children and adolescents. As founder members of the International Skeletal Society we are delighted to learn that the book had its inception at one of the Society's meetings. It reflects, moreover, the combined presentation of radiological and pathological diagnostic information which has been such a feature of the meetings of the International Skeletal Society. We commend it to all readers with an interest in tumours of the skeleton. Hubert A. Sissons Ronald O. Murray Preface The diagnosis of primary bone tumors is often difficult. There are several reasons for this. As primary bone tumors are rare in childhood, practitioners in a number of pediatric subspecialties are not familiar with them. The clinical symptoms and signs are often elusive, the biochemical investigations usually normal and the radioยญ graphic features often uncharacteristic. Even the pathologist, who is the final step in arriving at the proper diagnosis and who has all the available clinical, biochemical and radiographic data, may encounter difficulties. A good tissue sample is the basis for microscopic investigation. However, bone tumors often show an extreme variety of structures which confuse even experienced bone pathologists. Therefore, histoยญ pathologic analysis must take into account all available clinical, biochemical and radiographic data. The close cooperation of the pathologist with clinicians and, especially, radiologists is of the utmost importance


CONTENT

1 ? Introduction -- The Approach to Diagnosis -- Primary Bone Tumors in Children -- 2 ? Bone Tumors -- Tumors of Cartilaginous Origin -- Tumors of Osteoblastic Origin -- Tumors of Fibrous Tissue Origin -- Tumors of Marrow Origin -- Tumors of Vascular Origin -- Tumors of Neurogenous Origin -- 3 ? Tumor-Like Bone Lesions -- Juvenile Bone Cyst -- Aneurysmal Bone Cyst -- Localized Myositis Ossificans -- Melorheostosis -- Giant Cell Reaction of Short Tubular Bones -- Reparative Giant Cell Granuloma of the Jaw Bones -- 4 ? Radiographic Approach to the Diagnosis of Primary Bone Tumors -- Skull Tumors -- Jaw Tumors -- Vertebral Tumors -- Clavicular Tumors -- Scapular Tumors -- Sternal Tumors -- Rib Tumors -- Pelvic Tumors -- Sacral Tumors -- Long-bone Tumors -- Femoral Neck Tumors -- Midfemoral Periosteal Thickening -- Midshaft Tibial Tumors -- Epiphyseal Tumors -- Patellar Tumors -- Hand Tumors -- Foot Tumors -- Primary Tumors in Infants -- Fibrous Dysplasia -- Neurofibromatosis -- Metastatic Bone Disease -- Secondary Malignant Neoplasms -- Rickets Secondary to Neoplasia -- Periostitis


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