Radiologic staging of primary bone sarcoma: MR imaging, scintigraphy, angiography, and CT correlated with pathologic examination.

@article{Bloem1988RadiologicSO,
  title={Radiologic staging of primary bone sarcoma: MR imaging, scintigraphy, angiography, and CT correlated with pathologic examination.},
  author={Johan L. Bloem and Antonie H. M. Taminiau and Frits Eulderink and J E Hermans and Ernest K. J. Pauwels},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={1988},
  volume={169 3},
  pages={805-10}
}
The relative value of magnetic resonance (MR) imaging, computed tomography (CT), technetium-99m bone scintigraphy, and angiography in local tumor staging was prospectively evaluated in 56 patients with primary bone sarcoma. The results of imaging were correlated with findings at surgery and at dissection of the resected specimens. MR imaging was significantly superior to CT and scintigraphy in defining intraosseous tumor length and was as accurate as CT in demonstrating cortical bone and joint… CONTINUE READING
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