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Cortical Destruction Is Common in Pelvic Osteosarcoma


Background: The pelvic bones include the iliac, pubic, and ischium. These can be affected by many pathologies including multiple different primary bone tumors. Though not the most common location for osteosarcoma, this entity can involve the pelvis. Objective: To describe imaging findings of pelvic osteosarcoma. Design: Retrospective study. Methods: 12 cases of pelvic osteosarcoma were included. CT and MRI of each patient were evaluated prior to surgery and reviewed by a radiologis more...
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