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Knochentumoren

  • Claus-Peter Adler

Zusammenfassung

Knochengeschwülste nehmen unter den menschlichen Tumoren in vieler Hinsicht eine Sonderstellung ein. Sie treten verhältnismäßig selten auf, so daß den handelnden Ärzten oft die nötigen Erfahrungen fehlen, die für die Diagnostik und Therapie dieser Erkrankungen notwendig sind. Die Symptomatologie ist dürftig und uncharakteristisch und weist häufig erst in fortgeschrittenen Stadien auf den Tumor hin. Die Diagnosefindung ist besonders schwierig und erfordert den vollen Einsatz von röntgenologischer und gleichermaßen histologischer Diagnostik. Große Schwierigkeiten kann auch die genaue Klassifikation der Knochentumoren bereiten, von der sich die Beurteilung der Dignität ableitet. Schließlich ergeben sich schwerwiegende therapeutische Probleme die große Anforderungen an Chirurgen, Radiologen und Onkologen stellen. Bei einem Knochentumor sind somit verschiedene Einzelaspekte zu berücksichtigen, die nur durch eine enge interdisziplinäre Zusammenarbeit Fragen der Diagnostik und Probleme der Therapie lösen können.

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  1. 1.Pathologisches Institut, Ludwig-Aschoff-Haus Referenzzentrum für KnochenkrankheitenUniversität FreiburgFreiburgDeutschland

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