Soft-tissue sarcoma

What is Soft-tissue sarcoma?

A soft-tissue sarcoma is a form of sarcoma that develops in connective tissue, though the term is sometimes applied to elements of the soft tissue that are not currently considered connective tissue.

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I was diagnosed with soft tissue sarcoma in January. Surgery was done to remove a tumor on my upper right rib. They told me they got it all, and I...

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Soft tissue sarcoma has got various sub types. Treatment of soft tissue sarcoma depends on grade. High grade soft tissue sarcoma may need...

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had my MRI left leg and the impression is lobulated heterogeneously enhancing soft tissue mass within the distal lateral soleus muscle with size of...

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Dear friend, welcome to HCM !

The MRI shows a tumour with ? calcification.
may be a a vascular tumour (haemangioma)or sarcoma (cancerous).

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I am a 40 year old female, 5'4" 135 lbs, with no chronic health issues aside from an anxiety disorder and a high cortisol burden due to high...

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Thanks for posting your query.

I am sorry to hear about your spouse. I sincerely wish him speedy recovery.

The lump you are feeling above your...

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