Chondrosarcoma is the second most common primary bone sarcoma, after osteosarcoma. It has a broad spectrum of presentation largely dependent on the grade of the tumor. Treatment is almost exclusively surgical, as chemotherapy and radiotherapy are largely ineffective. Excision of large chondrosarcomas in the pelvis may result in significant morbidity.
|Matrix||Chondroid mineralization, consisting of stipples and arcs|
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