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December 2021

Bone Tumor Pathology
G. Petur Nielsen, MD, Editor

Bone is hard. Diagnosing bone tumors is a team approach that most importantly includes the pathologist and radiologist in conjunction with the orthopedic surgeon, along with the radiation and medical oncologist. It is imperative to emphasize that no bone tumor should ever be diagnosed without the pathologist studying the radiographic features, ideally with an experienced bone radiologist.

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