giant cells

Giant cell tumour of tendon sheath

What is a giant cell tumour of tendon sheath? Giant cell tumour of tendon sheath is a non-cancerous tumour that commonly occurs in the fingers of the hand. It can also involve the large joints of the body such as the knee and elbow. Joints connect two bones together and are important for movement. Although …
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Giant cell tumour of bone

What is a giant cell tumour of bone? Giant cell tumour of bone is a common type of bone tumour. It can start in almost any bone in the body. Although most giant cell tumours of bone are non-cancerous, they are aggressive at their site and can lead to a fracture or break of the …
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