Soft Tissue Sarcoma

Soft Tissue Sarcoma


Soft tissue sarcomas are a group of cancers that develop in the soft tissues surrounding, connecting or supporting the body’s structures and organs.

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  • Risk Factors

    • Some inherited genetic conditions such as:
      • Familial adenomatous polyposis
      • Neurofibromatosis
      • Li-Fraumeni syndrome
      • Inherited retinoblastoma
      • Werner syndrome
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    Signs and Symptoms

    Signs and symptoms may vary from person to person. Often, sarcoma does not present with symptoms in the early stages. Symptoms depend on the location of the tumor


    • Imaging - Most commonly used imaging tool for diagnosis and treatment planning in soft tissue sarcomas is a contrast MRI of affected area.
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    Treatment options for soft tissue sarcoma will depend on the size, type and location of the tumor.
    Surgery is the mainstay of treatment of soft tissue sarcomas. Surgery generally involves wide local excision


    • What are the chances of soft tissue sarcoma returning?
    • What does a sarcoma lump feel like?
    • What happens if sarcoma is not treated?
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