An orthopaedic oncologist discusses two complex chondrosarcoma cases in a video case study.
In a video case study, Nathan Mesko, MD, orthopaedic oncologist, discusses the details of a unique humerus osteosarcoma case.
A 64-year-old man was referred to Cleveland Clinic for a second opinion on the repair of a large suprapubic hernia, complicated by the lack of a pubic symphysis. Learn how a multidisciplinary team successfully managed this challenging case.
Following soft tissue sarcoma excision, staged reconstruction of allows for easier re-intervention if needed, but may not make a significant difference in outcomes.
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PET/CT scan shows little evidence of diagnostic utility in the identification of the primary tumor when standard investigations fail.