Surgical Management of Osteosarcoma at the Mayo Clinic
During the past years, important new developments have occurred in the management of patients with osteosarcoma. These developments include a better understanding of the histologic criteria for diagnosis, better staging procedures, improved surgical techniques, and the use of adjuvant treatment.
KeywordsMayo Clinic Transfer Factor Pulmonary Resection Soft Tissue Involvement Primary Osteosarcoma
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