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Focus on Chordomas
Focus on Chordomas
A chordoma is a rare form of cancer that affects the spine. It is thought to originate in cells that formed the notochord, an early structure in the embryo that…...
Focus on Ewing's Sarcoma
Focus on Ewing's Sarcoma
Ewing's sarcoma is a rare cancerous tumour of bone and soft tissue that affects 2 in every million children in the UK. Around 6 times as many patients with Ewing's…...
Signs and Symptoms of Spinal Tumours
Signs and Symptoms of Spinal Tumours
Most back pain is not caused by a tumour, however a tumour is present the common symptom is pain. Weakness, spinal cord compression and the risk of incidental…...
Treatment for Spinal Tumours
Treatment for Spinal Tumours
Spinal tumours can be either mailignant (cancerous) or benign (non-cancerous), they can be treated using surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy and with the use of…...
Types of Spinal Tumours
Types of Spinal Tumours
A spinal tumour is a growth involving any of the spinal structues. It can be either malignant or benign. There are five main types of benign tumour, and seven types of…...
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