Bone tumor


Causes of bone tumors include inherited conditions, radiation therapy, and a bone cancer or cancer that has spread from other parts of the body.


A bone tumor may cause a painless mass. Some people have dull, aching pain. And in some cases, minor injury causes a fracture near the tumor.


Treatments include surgery and radiation. Some noncancerous tumors go away without treatment.

Last Updated Nov 2, 2019

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