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Updated: September 28, 2022

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Our Diagnosis Library is a collection of patient-friendly articles for more than 200 of the most common pathologic diagnoses. The Diagnosis Libary is organized by body site. Each article will help you understand what the diagnosis means and how the information found in your pathology report will impact your care.

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Pathology Dictionary

Our patient-friendly Pathology Dictionary provides definitions for the most common terms and phrases used by pathologists in pathology reports. The Pathology Dictionary includes explanations for many of the most commonly used pathology tests and diagnostic markers.

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Central atypical cartilaginous tumour

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Central atypical cartilaginous tumour

A central atypical cartilaginous tumour (ACT) is a type of bone cancer. Another name for this tumour is low-grade central chondrosarcoma.

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