Distal Humerus Giant Cell Tumor

Distal Humerus Giant Cell Tumor

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Oncology and Cancers

Giant cell tumour is a locally aggressive primary bone tumour, located eccentrically in the metaphysis and epiphysis of a long bone. It commonly affects distal end of Femur, proximal end of Tibia and distal end of Radius. It is occasionally reported in small bones of hand and foot[1], spine[2] and pelvis[3]. Though it occurs in 20 - 35 year old individuals commonly, it can also be seen in children as young as 2 years[4] and also in older individuals

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