Chordoma: the nonsarcoma primary bone tumor.

@article{Chugh2007ChordomaTN,
  title={Chordoma: the nonsarcoma primary bone tumor.},
  author={Rashmi Chugh and Hussein Tawbi and David Robert Lucas and Janet Sybil Biermann and Scott M. Schuetze and Laurence H. Baker},
  journal={The oncologist},
  year={2007},
  volume={12 11},
  pages={1344-50}
}
Chordomas are rare, slowly growing, locally aggressive neoplasms of bone that arise from embryonic remnants of the notochord. These tumors typically occur in the axial skeleton and have a proclivity for the spheno-occipital region of the skull base and sacral regions. In adults, 50% of chordomas involve the sacrococcygeal region, 35% occur at the base of the skull near the spheno-occipital area, and 15% are found in the vertebral column. Craniocervical chordomas most often involve the dorsum… CONTINUE READING

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