Synovial sarcoma

What is Synovial sarcoma?

It is a rare form of cancer which occurs near joints of arm, neck, or leg. It is one of soft tissue sarcomas.

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Hello, last week my 11 year old daughter was diagnosed with a ganglion cyst on the top of her foot. 6 months ago she saw an orthopedic surgeon for...

doctor1 MD

hi and thanks for the query,

its important to get a few clarifications. Radiological investigations take into consideration clinical observations...

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I had a chest xray and it showed stable biapical pleural thickening as well as mildly hyperinflated dr. never ordered a chest ct What...

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Brief Answer:
Apical pleural thickening can be normal finding

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Thanks for writing in to us.

I have read through your query in...

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In 2009 I was diagnosed with synovial sarcoma, the tumor was surgicaly removed and i took high dose of chemotherapy then radiotherapy, a year...

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you didnt mention the site of primary before. If there is strong suspicion of cancer recurrence biopsy from the site would give definite answer

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