Ewing's sarcoma

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Ewing's sarcoma

[′yü·iŋz sär′kō·mə]
(medicine)
A primary malignant tumor of bone, usually arising as a central tumor in long bone.
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Treatment for an unsuspected Ewing's tumor that presents with a mass abdomen and radiological features suggest a Stromal tumor, is extensive tumor resection after intraoperative study of a biopsy of the lesion.
Whatever the reason, Ewing's relationship with Lion was short-lived.
PNETs are typically grouped with other round, small-cell tumors, including Ewing's sarcoma, neuroblastoma, lymphoma, and rhabdomyosarcoma.
Ewing's case, Hallett argues, is important for both individuals and communities.
In his letter, Starr expressed doubt that the quoted part of Ewing's comments were "entirely accurate," but added: "It is the unquoted attributions to Mr.
studied 256 families with wne member afflicated with EwiNg's sarcoma who had been treated at NCI between 1965 and 1992.
Ewing's methods haven't changed much since 1969 when he first asked police if he could talk to a man holding hostages in an apartment at Chicago's Robert Taylor Homes projects.
Pensioners Robert and Agnes Watt died instantly after Ewing's high-powered Ford Sierra Cosworth - on the wrong side of the road - hurtled into their family car.
Yet in the case of Ewing's sarcoma, the extra treatment may provide hope for patients at high risk of relapse and death, according to research presented last week at the American Cancer Society's 31st Science Writers' Seminar in Irvine, Calif.
SIMI VALLEY - Keith Thomas Ewing's father stood outside his son's home Monday packing a white pickup truck.