Tumors in the Adolescent Spine

  • Harold M. Dick

Abstract

Tumors in the adolescent spine are fortunately almost always benign. Malignant tumors in the adolescent spine are rare, and when they occur, they are usually due to metastatic conditions arising from long bones.

Keywords

Adenoma Sarcoma Osteosarcoma Neuroblastoma Astrocytoma 

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