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Varma, D.G., Ayala, A.G., Carrasco, C.H., Guo, S.Q., Kumar, R. and Edeiken, J. (1992) Chondrosarcoma: MR Imaging with Pathologic Correlation. Radio Graphics, 12, 687-704.

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  • TITLE: Primary Chondrosarcoma of the Chest Wall— A Case Report

    AUTHORS: Cyriac George, D. Diallo, F. Velez-Cubian, J. Fontaine, M. Bui, T. Rose

    KEYWORDS: Chondrosarcoma, Chest Wall Tumors, Cartilaginous Tumors

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Radiology, Vol.8 No.3, August 20, 2018

    ABSTRACT: A 60-year-old Hispanic male presented to his primary care physician office with an asymptomatic, but palpable right anterior chest wall mass. Initial work up of the finding included a CT scan of the chest which revealed a non-calcified, solid right anterior chest wall mass with invasion of the anterior fifth rib and intercostal space. The patient was presented at multidisciplinary conference with the patient’s primary physician, a medical oncologist, radiologist, pathologist and oncologic surgeon in attendance. The decision was to perform surgical resection of the mass to treat this primary mesenchymal malignancy. The anterior aspect of the fifth rib and intercostal muscles were resected with negative margins. Pathology confirmed the mass to be a low-grade chondrosarcoma. Due to the low-grade nature, low metastatic potential and negative margins of the tumor, the decision was made not to pursue adjuvant chemotherapy or radiation therapy. The patient made full recovery.