Bone Cancer Symptoms
In bone cancer the symptoms of three characteristics of the tumor depend on: from
Most pain in the affected area are the first indication of bone cancer. Other common symptoms include swelling Skin and tissue over the affected bone or near the bone tumor.
Osteosarcoma occurs predominantly in the Bones of the arms or legs. At these so-called bones of bone cancer usually affects the area where the long bone shaft passes into the usually somewhat thicker and spherically shaped bone end. Among the bones are long bones such as the humerus or femur. It is the most common form of bone cancer and causes typical symptoms like a painful swelling (E.g., in the knee region), of the also suffers from the mobility. The bone loses by infestation with bone cancer frequently strength. Even normal load or light effects from the outside can then lead to bone breaks. Doctors often use the term for "pathological fracture",
Ewing's sarcoma is a rare form of bone cancer in adults. In children and adolescents, it is, however, the second most common bone tumor. Bone cancer symptoms are Ewing's sarcoma, the common occurrence of Pain, swelling and fever. Sufferers feel sick.
Ewing's sarcoma is confused because these symptoms often associated with bone marrow inflammation (osteomyelitis). In advanced stages, when the cancer has already developed secondary tumors (metastases), individuals lose weight and feel tired.
Ewing's sarcoma usually occurs in the shaft of the long bones, preferably in leg on. Also in the pelvic bone Ewing's sarcoma can occur as a form of bone cancer and cause symptoms.