Quiz: Primary Cancerous Bone Tumors
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Primary cancerous bone tumors are malignant growths that originate in bone tissue. Which of the following types of malignant bone tumors occurs most often in males between the ages of 10 and 25 years?

  • A.

    Condrosarcomas (tumors made up of cancerous cartilage cells)

  • B.

    Ewing sarcoma of the bone (tumors that often include large masses of soft tissue)

  • C.

    Lymphoma of bone (cancer that originates in bone and often spreads to the bone marrow)

  • D.

    Multiple myeloma (cancer of the bone marrow that can damage bone)

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