|其他题名||Sonography of tumors and tumor-like lesions of tendons
Tumors and tumor-like lesions arising from tendons are infrequent. Here we reviewed the anatomy of tendons and the common types of tumors and tumor-like lesions of tendons and their sonographic features. Primary malignant or metastatic tumors of tendons are very rare, while primary benign tumors and tumor-like lesions are relatively more common. Benign tumors of tendons occur as soft tissue masses which are usually painless or just slightly tender. The common types of benign tumors of tendons are giant-cell tumor, chondroma, osteochondroma, osteoma, neurinoma, cavernous lymphangioma, cavernous hemangioma, leiomyoma and ifbrolipoma. About half of these tumors are giant-cell tumors. Primary malignant tumors of tendons usually occur during 40-60 years old and often arise in the lower extremity. They are mainly various sarcomas, including clear-cell sarcoma, synovial and epithelioid sarcoma. Metastatic tumors of tendons, which are common in the hand, usually occur by direct extension from tumorous skin, joint, or tendon sheath, and hematogenic metastases are extremely rare. Tumor-like lesions of tendons tend to occur in the hand. The most common types are tendon ganglia, epithelial cyst and xanthoma.|
综述张帆,审校崔立刚. 肌腱肿瘤及瘤样病变的声像图表现[J]. 肿瘤影像学,2015(2):81-84.
综述张帆,et al."肌腱肿瘤及瘤样病变的声像图表现".肿瘤影像学 .2(2015):81-84.
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