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Solitary Fibrous Tumor of Bone

Summary

Solitary fibrous tumor is an uncommon tumor that may arise on the surface of the pleura.

It is extremely rare in bone

Complete Information on this Tumor
Introduction and Definition: 

Solitary fibrous tumor is an uncommon tumor that may arise on the surface of the pleura.

It is extremely rare in bone

This tumor is thought to arise from mesenchyme. It may occur in a variety of places, including brain, soft tissue, periosteom, liver, kidney, the orbit, and the nasopharynx. Extrapleural solitary fibrous tumors may arise in a variety of locations, including head and neck, abdomen, extremities, and bone. The tumor may have an indolent couse.

Incidence and Demographics: 
This tumor is extremely rare.
Symptoms and Presentation: 

It usually presents with pain and the recurring lesions.

Preferred Biopsy Technique for this Tumor: 
Incisional
Treatment Options for this Tumor: 
Complete surgical resection.
Outcomes of Treatment and Prognosis: 
Complete surgical resection would be expected to be curative.