A bone lesion is an abnormality or growth that can result in destruction or deterioration of bones, primarily the spine, rib cage or pelvis, according to the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation. Bone lesions can extend ... More »

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A bone lesion biopsy is a surgery in which a surgeon removes a bone marrow sample for lab testing, according to MedlinePlus. It helps doctors distinguish cancerous bone tumors from noncancerous ones. Doctors also apply b... More »

According to the Department of Radiology at the University of Washington, sclerotic bone lesions are areas of bone that exhibit extra bone growth. One of the most common causes for diffuse sclerotic lesions is metastatic... More »

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Bone lesion treatment involves initially undergoing a bone lesion biopsy, a procedure that requires surgically removing and testing a small sample of bone tissue, according to Healthline. The treatment requires making an... More »

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Individuals with bone cancer typically feel deep, aching pain in the bones of the pelvis, back, arms, legs or ribs that often starts off gradually and becomes more persistent as the cancer develops, according to Cancer T... More »

The prognosis for plasmacytoma, or multiple myeloma, is dependent on the stage of the disease, how fast the tumor or tumors are growing, the overall health of the individual and how well the patient is responding to trea... More »

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Cancer of the spine is the uncontrolled growth of cells in the spinal canal or the bones that make up the spine, according to the Mayo Clinic. Sometimes, the cancer does not originate in the spine but has traveled from o... More »

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