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Ewing Sarcoma





Imaging of the primary site is essential to determine the extent of disease locally:

  • Plain X-rays and CT are useful to look at the extent of bone destruction
  • CT assesses cortical disruption and aids in surgical biopsy planning 
  • MRI is the most effective technique for showing intramedullary and soft tissue extent of disease


Imaging studies are also used to establish the presence and extent of distant metastatic disease.














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