- A.K.A. Osteogenic sarcoma
- Second most common primary malignant bone tumor (exceeded only by multiple myeloma).
- Most common primary malignant bone tumor to affect children and adolescents.
- Accounts for approximately 15% of all primary bone tumors confirmed at biopsy.
- Osteosarcoma can also develop secondary to malignant transformation within a preexisting benign bone lesion, such as:
 Imaging Findings
 See Also
 External Links
- MD Murphey, MR Robbin, GA McRae, DJ Flemming, HT Temple, and MJ Kransdorf. The many faces of osteosarcoma. RadioGraphics 1997 17: 1205-1231.