Tuesday, 9 August 2011

What is giant cell tumor?

Also known as giant cell tumor of bone osteoclast cell tumor, bone tumors are true, by the bone marrow cavity of primitive mesenchymal cells.

Giant cell tumor of the mother according to the number of cells and mesenchymal differentiation into Class I (benign), level (critical tumor) and grade (malignant). The fewer the number of giant cells, stromal cells that divide more and worse, the higher Dental Tips the histological grade. Giant cell tumor occurred in 20 to 40-year-old adults, no difference between men and women. Giant cell tumor surgery of choice. The tumor is too big not feasible surgery radiation therapy.

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