[Sarcomas occurring on fibrous dysplasia of bone. Apropos of a complex hemimelic form, with a review of the literature].

Abstract

Bone formation by the sarcoma is exclusive, without any cartilaginous component; the pattern of the tumour being sometimes quite similar to dysplasia lesional tissue. It seems to be a tissular transformation rather than an unicellular sarcomatous change. Among the etiological factors, except the part of the radiotherapy, periostal changes enhanced by a surgical procedure with acrylic cement in the femoral shaft are perhaps contributing to the development of a sarcoma whose pattern is quite particular.

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@article{Abelanet1975SarcomasOO, title={[Sarcomas occurring on fibrous dysplasia of bone. Apropos of a complex hemimelic form, with a review of the literature].}, author={Ren{\'e} Abelanet and Michel Forest and R M{\'e}ary and A Languepin and Bernard Tomeno}, journal={Revue de chirurgie orthopédique et réparatrice de l'appareil moteur}, year={1975}, volume={61 3}, pages={179-90} }