A Team Approach: Giant Cell-Rich Primary Bone Sarcoma Diagnosis
59th MDW San Antonio United States
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Bone neoplasms represent a particularly challenging subtype for pathologists, with more of a reliance on radiologic features than with other tissue types. Relatively new advances, such as histone immunohistochemistry, have been proposed as useful adjuncts. Clinical features may also play an important role in reaching the correct diagnosis. The following case demonstrates the importance of a multidisciplinary approach for a unique soft tissue neoplasm.
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