OSTEOSARCOMA

2020-11-06T03:36:54+11:00

Overview: Bone tumors can involve either the appendicular (limbs) or axial (spine, ribs, pelvis, scapula, and skull) skeleton. These tumors are classified as either primary (i.e., arise directly in bone) or secondary (i.e., spread from an adjacent site, [...]

OSTEOSARCOMA2020-11-06T03:36:54+11:00

SPLENECTOMY

2020-11-13T22:39:54+11:00

Overview: ‘Splenic hematoma’ and ‘nodular hyperplasia’ are the most common non-cancerous lesions found in the spleen and account for 20–41% of all splenic lesions. They are benign (not harmful) masses of clotted blood. Surgical removal is curative. Hemangiosarcoma [...]

SPLENECTOMY2020-11-13T22:39:54+11:00
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