Bone-forming tumours

Andrew Murphy and Dr Jeremy Jones et al.

Bone-forming tumours are a subset of bone tumours that are characterised by their propensity to form excess osteoid. They can be further subdivided into benign and malignant tumours.

Benign tumours

Malignant tumours

Malignant bone-forming tumours are all osteosarcomas.

Some osteosarcomas predominantly form new bone on the surface of bones:

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rID: 15598
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Bone forming tumours
  • Bone-forming tumors

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