osteoclastoma

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osteoclastoma

a giant cell bone tumor that most commonly develops at the end of a long bone.
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The most common adverse reactions in patients receiving XGEVA for giant cell tumor of bone were arthralgia, headache, nausea, back pain, fatigue, and pain in extremity.
With today's XGEVA FDA approval, Amgen can offer a much needed treatment option to patients who suffer from giant cell tumor of bone that cannot be adequately treated with surgery," said Sean E.
In no instance are the giant cells of ABC as numerous, large, and evenly spaced as in giant cell tumor of bone.
Expression of Ia and monocyte-macrophage lineage antigens in giant cell tumor of bone and related lesions.