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A 32-year-old member asked:

What are the symptoms of ewing's sarcoma?

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Dr. Mohamed Elmongy
Hematology and Oncology 47 years experience
Patient have pain : Patients usually present with pain. Patients often have a palpable mass. Patients with lesions of the long bones can present with a pathologic fracture. Back pain may indicate a para spinal, retroperitoneal, or deep pelvic tumor. Systemic symptoms of fever and weight loss can also occur and often indicate metastatic disease.
Dr. Scott Diede
A Verified Doctoranswered
30 years experience
Ewing's symptoms...: Symptoms can include: pain and/or swelling, usually in the arms, legs, chest, back, or pelvis (area between the hips). A lump in the arms, legs, chest, or pelvis. Fever for no known reason. A bone that breaks for no known reason.

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A 45-year-old member asked:

What are the major symptoms of ewing's sarcoma?

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Dr. Ilya Iofin
Orthopedic Surgery 19 years experience
Pain and swelling: Ewing's sarcoma can arise from bones or soft tissues. In bones, ewing's presents with pain and usually a lump. In the soft tissues, there is a lump, but it is usually painless. Occasionally, patients may have fevers and chills. Not all sarcomas follow these rules, but these are the most common symptoms.

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