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Osteosarcoma - Never Disregard a Chronic Sprain in a Child

Osteosarcoma originates from bone-forming cells which are mesenchymal in origin. Osteosarcoma is a very common bone tumor and it is highly malignant. It is common among children and younger adults. The exact etiology causing osteosarcoma is idiopathic. One predisposing factor is rapid bone growth, ...

Bone Cancer: A Comprehensive Overview

Bone cancer is one of the rarer cancers due to its origin. It is classified as a type of sarcoma, which is a mesenchymal cancer. The mesenchyme is defined as, “a mainly mesoderm embryonic tissue that develops into connective and skeletal tissues.” The most common cancers are carcinomas, ...