Primary Bone Tumors and Tumorous Conditions in Children: Pathologic and Radiologic Diagnosis

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The diagnosis of bone tumors is extremely difficult and can only be managed in close cooperation between the radiologist and pathologist. Bone tumors in children and adolescents are exceptionally difficult due to the age factor of the patients. Unlike the many other monographs on bone tumors, this one concentrates solely on bone tumors in children and includes many tumor-like bone lesions that have similar clinical and radiological symptoms. It is especially written for the front-line physicians - pediatricians, ...
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Overview

The diagnosis of bone tumors is extremely difficult and can only be managed in close cooperation between the radiologist and pathologist. Bone tumors in children and adolescents are exceptionally difficult due to the age factor of the patients. Unlike the many other monographs on bone tumors, this one concentrates solely on bone tumors in children and includes many tumor-like bone lesions that have similar clinical and radiological symptoms. It is especially written for the front-line physicians - pediatricians, orthopedic surgeons and radiologists - who need help with the differential diagnosis of these conditions. The authors have pooled a tremendous amount of knowledge and experience into this monograph. The bone pathologist, Dr. Adler, describes all bone tumors and tumor-like bone lesions according to the WHO classification regarding site, age, radiological features, macroscopic appearance, histological pattern, therapy and prognosis. The pediatric radiologist, Dr. Kozlowski, delineates the topographical diagnostic approach using radiologic imaging. By referring to this text, pediatricians should be able to recognize these lesions and their pathologic-anatomic features, and radiologists and pathologists will improve their ability to achieve differential diagnosis quickly and accurately.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781447119531
  • Publisher: Springer London
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1993
  • Pages: 267

Table of Contents

1— Introduction.- The Approach to Diagnosis.- Primary Bone Tumors in Children.- 2— Bone Tumors.- Tumors of Cartilaginous Origin.- Osteochondroma.- Enchondroma.- Chondroblastoma.- Chondromyxoid Fibroma.- Chondrosarcoma.- Tumors of Osteoblastic Origin.- Osteoma.- Osteoid Osteoma.- Osteoblastoma.- Osteosarcoma.- Tumors of Fibrous Tissue Origin.- Nonossifying Fibroma.- Benign Fibrous Histiocytoma.- Metaphyseal Fibrous Cortical Defect.- Fibroblastic Periosteal Reaction.- Ossifying Bone Fibroma.- Fibrous Bone Dysplasia.- Osteofibrous Bone Dysplasia.- Desmoplastic Bone Fibroma.- Osteoclastoma.- Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma.- Fibrosarcoma of Bone.- Tumors of Marrow Origin.- Lipoma of Bone.- Liposarcoma of Bone.- Histiocytosis X.- Ewing’s Sarcoma.- Malignant Lymphoma of Bone.- Medullary Plasmocytoma.- Tumors of Vascular Origin.- Bone Hemangioma.- Bone Lymphangioma.- Massive Osteolysis.- Hemangiosarcoma of Bone.- Hemangiopericytoma of Bone.- Tumors of Neurogenous Origin.- Schwannoma.- Neurofibroma and Neurofibromatosis.- Metastatic Neuroblastoma.- 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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