Primary osseous tumors of the chest wall are uncommon neoplasms. They occur in a wide variety of pathologic forms, most of which can be distinguished by unique radiologic appearance. Management of these tumors depends on the diagnosis and stage. Adequate surgical resection is critical in achieving the best outcomes for most of these tumors. Chemotherapy and radiation may have an adjuvant role. Surgeons considering resection of any chest wall tumor should have a sound knowledge of the principles of resection and reconstruction.
- Bone tumors
- Chest wall resection and reconstruction
- Chest wall tumors
- Fibrous dysplasia
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Pulmonary and Respiratory Medicine