Ewing’s Sarcoma

Ewing’s Sarcoma
Malignant bone tumour of unknown origin; 7% of all malignancies; M>F; femur most common site.
Present with enlarging bony prominence and soft tissue mass – tender. May resemble osteomyelitis – have fever, increased WBC and ESR, weight loss.
X-ray – ‘onion peel’ appearance to periosteum
Treatment – chemotherapy, surgical resection and maybe radiation

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