[Place of radiology in giant cell tumors of the bone].

Abstract

The authors present 60 cases of histologically confirmed giant cell tumor classified by a radiological grading as quiet, active and aggressive form. On the basis of our acquired experience and mainly from the follow-up films, all the pertinent radiological findings are analysed either for a more correct therapeutic guidance or for an adequate post-operative follow-up (favourable evolution, definitive recovery, local relapse, malignant degeneration).

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@article{Carrata1983PlaceOR, title={[Place of radiology in giant cell tumors of the bone].}, author={A Carrata and Sarah Mapelli and Ashley Giraldi and A Ciarambino}, journal={La Radiologia medica}, year={1983}, volume={69 7-8}, pages={519-26} }