Nowadays bone tumours represent serious obstacles in human life. The leading scientists of the world try to solve this problem.
Bone tumours can be of 2 types: benign and malignant.
- Benign tumours (osteoma, chondroma, fibroma, hemangioma) are characterized by distinct limits of healthy and affected parts, by slow growth and small activity of cell division. Usually they do not give metastases, but can be transformed into malignant tumours.
- Malignant tumours (sarcoma, chondrosarcoma, Ewing’s sarcoma, liposarcoma) are characterized by quick growth, differentiation disorders, cell atypia (tumour cells differ drastically from bone cells). They usually give metastases.
The specialists of Russian Ilizarov Scientific Centre “Restorative Traumatology and orthopaedics” developed unique methods of building of bone and joint defects caused by tumour ablation.
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