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Benign Bone Tumors

Fortunately, most bone tumors in children are diagnosed as benign rather than malignant or cancerous. Benign tumors can cause a dull ache, can be painless or may present as a prominent bump on a limb. Large tumors can put the bone at risk for fracture or can cause deformity. Evaluation by a pediatric orthopedic surgeon is necessary for the most qualified observations. Some cases will be observed over time while others may require surgery. The MOSH pediatric orthopedic team provides a highly experienced approach to the treatment of benign bone tumors.

Hospital Affiliations

midwest orthopadic speciality hospital wheaton franciscan healthcare wheaton franciscan healthcare columbia st mary's childrens hospitel of wisconsin surgicenter of greater milwaukee wisconsin health center aurora health care

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