By F. Schajowicz (auth.)
This new version displays advances within the analysis and type of bone tumours revamped the twenty years because the first variation seemed. even though nonetheless in keeping with regimen gentle microscopy, the revised classificationbenefits from immunohistochemical and molecular organic findings. It discusses new entities, similar to intraosseous good differentiated osteosarcoma, round-cell osteosarcoma, and clear-cell chondrosarcoma. It bargains with the problems of analysis in the team of malignant roundcell tumours, resembling the excellence among Ewing sarcoma and primitive neuroectodermal tumour of bone. those alterations replace the category to facilitate the comparability of information either nationally and across the world.
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Female, 15 years. Upper end of fibula. a Radiograph. b Photograph of specimen. S. Osteoid osteoma. Same case as Fig. 7. Calcified central zone of nidus 47 Fig. 9 a-c. Osteoblastoma. a Male, 29 years. Talus. Radiograph. b,c Female, 23 years. Ninth rib b Photograph of specimen. l0. Osteoblastoma. Same case as Fig. H. Osteoblastoma. Same case as Fig. 9 b. Bizarre area Fig. 12a,b. Aggressive (malignant) osteoblastoma. Female, 19 years. 13. Aggressive (malignant) osteoblastoma. Same case as Fig. 14.
When the lesion involves the external surface of a bone, the radiological and histological distinction from juxtacortical osteosarcoma may be difficult. In the soft tissues, distinction from the rare osteosarcoma of soft tissues may Tumour-like Lesions 41 also present problems, although in myositis ossificans the maturation of the abnormal tissue characteristically results in a peripheral shell of mature bone surrounding a central mass of more cellular tissue. Muscle is not necessarily involved.
The lesion is not inflammatory in nature, but the term myositis ossificans is retained as it is widely used. The designation heterotopic ossification has been proposed because of its wider application to traumatic and nontraumatic lesions. Some lesions occurring on the surface of bone are referred to as "periostitis ossificans" or "reactive periostitis" and those occurring in soft tissues are at times referred to as "pseudomalignant osseous tumours of soft tissues". These local lesions must be distinguished from the rare generalized condition myositis ossificans progressiva.