Comparison of Osteosarcoma CT and MRI Diagnostic Value
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Zhenfa Wan, Yunkai Li, Liang Guo
Osteosarcoma is a primary malignant bone tumour disease. Osteosarcoma of femur has a high degree of malignancy and rapid progression. Early diagnosis, defining the extent and extent of invasion of osteosarcoma are of great significance to improve clinical efficacy and prognosis. Traditionally, X-ray plain film is used to diagnose osteosarcoma of femur, which is simple and easy, but it is difficult to accurately determine the extent of lesion. With the continuous development of imaging technology, CT and MRI have been widely used in clinical diagnosis of various diseases and evaluation of curative effect, and achieved certain results. In this study, 33 cases of femoral osteosarcoma were selected, and the imaging features and diagnostic value of CT and MRI of femoral osteosarcoma were compared and analyzed.
CT, MRI, Diagnostic Value, Osteosarcoma