low-grade chondrosarcoma

Central atypical cartilaginous tumour

What is a central atypical cartilaginous tumour? A central atypical cartilaginous tumour (ACT) is a type of bone cancer. The tumour is called “cartilaginous” because it is made up of cartilage-producing cells. Cartilage is a type of connective tissue normally found throughout the body. These tumours start on the inside of a bone in a …
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