Recurrent, multiple, calcified soft tissue metastases from osteogenic sarcoma without pulmonary involvement

@article{Wolf1999RecurrentMC,
  title={Recurrent, multiple, calcified soft tissue metastases from osteogenic sarcoma without pulmonary involvement},
  author={Reinhard Wolf and Harad J Hoekstra},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={28},
  pages={710-713}
}
Osteosarcoma (osteogenic sarcoma) metastasizes primarily to the lung. With the introduction of neoadjuvant chemotherapy as part of the treatment, the overall and disease-free survival rates have dramatically improved. In this case report, a young man with multiple soft tissue and bone metastases, including a rare large bone-forming retroperitoneal metastasis, is described. Despite the extensive extrapulmonary metastases, the patient did not develop pulmonary metastases in the 4 years following… CONTINUE READING
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