Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology


The neoplasms and other pathological conditions that affect the skeletal system and many non-epithelial extra skeletal tissues, such as fibrous and adipose tissue, skeletal muscle, vessels, and peripheral nerves, are dealt with in the Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology section.



The diagnostic process involves, but is not limited to, the examination of a specimen's macroscopic and microscopic features; in some cases, special methods such as immunohistochemistry, cytogenetic, and molecular pathology are used to confirm the diagnosis. Surgeons, oncologists, and radiologists may also be able to provide additional information and expertise. Because pathological and neoplastic conditions of the bone and soft tissue are relatively uncommon, it is critical that they be diagnosed by a specialist who is familiar with their characteristics and biological potential.


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