Radiology pathology - Bone tumours
Welcome to Radiology pathology - Bone tumours.
This online module designed for Radiology trainees provides an overview of bone tumours and related pathology. It focuses on the correlation between clinical features, pathological changes and investigative abnormalities.
A certificate is issued on completion.
On completion of this module you should be able to:
- list common benign and malignant neoplasms, as well as tumour-like lesions, that arise in bone
- describe the relationship between clinical and radiological features of common primary neoplasms
- list primary neoplasms likely to metastasise to bone and describe their clinical effects and radiological abnormalities
- describe the clinical, macroscopic and microscopic features of non-ossifying fibroma, oseteochondroma, endochondroma and osteoid osteoma
- describe the clinical, macroscopic and microscopic features of oseteosarcoma, chondrosarcoma, Ewing's sarcoma and giant cell tumour of bone.
This module is designed for Radiology trainees and may qualify for up to 0.5 hrs of Continuous Professional Development