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How do you know if you have bone cancer?

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Dr. Robert Carroll
Nuclear Medicine
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In brief: BIOPSY

X-ray followed by biopsy.
If sarcoma is suspected, have biopsy done by oncologic surgeon experienced in sarcoma. If metastatic disease, biopsy may not be essential if presentation is typical.

In brief: BIOPSY

X-ray followed by biopsy.
If sarcoma is suspected, have biopsy done by oncologic surgeon experienced in sarcoma. If metastatic disease, biopsy may not be essential if presentation is typical.
Dr. Robert Carroll
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Dr. Carl Decker
Nuc med scan, CT and/or MRI may also be necessary before the biopsy
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