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Bone Cancer

Challenging Closure of Defects Following STS Excision of Calf Region; Bringing the Attention of Oncosurgeons

Introduction: When it comes to the closure of defects following excision of STS of calf where primary closure might not be an option. Delayed closure, as well as grafting of a wound are well documented options and should be attempted in both the simple wound, those where early recovery is required. Local rotation advancement flaps give better postoperative recovery rates where more complex reconstructive failure would be disastrous. These perforator based local flap have been observed t... Read More

Advances in the Field of Bone Tumor Treatment

A bone tumor can be detected in any bone of the body. The cause of this cancer has still not been determined, but some risk factors are believed to be responsible for the development of a bone tumor. These include genetically transmitted diseases and exposure to certain radiations. Several advanced treatment methods have now been fully developed and can help patients overcome bone tumors. The treatment’s effectiveness depends on the stage of cancer and whether it has already spread to other parts of the body. A bone tumor can ari... Read More

Managing Pain And Brightening Lives With Perfect Surgical Treatment

Bone cancer, which is uncommon in adults, begins in the bone cells and destroys normal bone tissues. When a tumour starts in the bone cells, it is referred to as bone sarcoma or primary bone cancer. Usually, bone cancer in many people is metastatic, i.e., the tumour from the other body organs affects bones. Such a type of bone cancer is referred to as secondary bone cancer. The malignant bone tumour is virulent and infectious, which results from the uncontrollable growth of cells, an... Read More

Know About Bone Cancer And Its Treatments

Bone cancer may start in any particular part of the body and then spread gradually. The most common area where bone cancer may develop is the long bones of the arms and legs. This type of cancer is rare and not all bone tumours are cancerous. Bone cancers are named as per the location of the body where they grow. If a bone tumour in the pelvic region be... Read More

Bone Cancer and the Latest Advancements in Treatment

All the bones inside our bodies are formed with two types of cells, namely osteoclasts and osteoblasts. Osteoclast cells are responsible for dissolving old bones. On the other hand, osteoblast cells help in the formation and maintenance of new bones. In the normal scenario, our bone cells are aware of their growth limits. However, due to several reasons, our bones develop abnormal cells that grow uncontrollably. This results in the formation of a tumour. It is important to know that most of these tumours are harmless. Only a very f... Read More

How Bone Marrow Transplant Performed by Specialist

A Bone Marrow transplant is used to replace the bone marrow which is damaged or destroyed by disease, infection, or radiation. Also called Stem cell transplant, it is used to treat blood diseases and cancers such as leukemia, multiple myeloma, and some types of lymphoma. The transplant procedure includes taking the donor’s healthy blood cells and putting them in the patient’s bloodstream, where they begin to grow and make healthy blood cells. Bone Marrow, the soft, spongy tissues inside bones, makes red b... Read More

Proper Guidance to Understand All About Blood and Bone Cancer

Understand about Blood Cancer and Bone Cancer The human blood consists of multiple types of cells – platelets to assist in a blood clot, white blood cells to battle infections and red blood cells to ferry oxygen. Stem cells are from where they all originate. Stem cells can take the form of any of these blood cells upon maturity & cell division. However, in some cases, problems occur in this process... Read More

Signs and symptoms of bone cancer

Bone cancer develops when abnormal tissue or a tumour begins to form in a bone due to anomalous and uncontrolled cell reproduction. A tumour can be benign or malignant depending on certain factors. Benign tumours are localised while the malignant cells may spread to distant body organs, leading to their systematic malfunction and failure. However, cancer originating from bones is not a common sight, accounting for just 1 percent of all cancers. In fact... Read More

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