Chondrosarcoma of the sternum: CT features.


Eleven sternal chondrosarcomas were reviewed with radiologic emphasis on the CT findings. Typical clinical presentation was a large painless anterior chest wall mass in an elderly individual. In six cases the chest radiograph strongly suggested an underlying cartilaginous neoplasm owing to the appearance of typical mineralized cartilage matrix, i.e., a… (More)


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