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Table 1 A summary of clinical data for clear cell chondrosarcoma

From: Clear cell chondrosarcoma of the head and neck

Clear Cell Chondrosarcoma
Clinical Features An extremely rare variant of chondrosarcoma
  More in adults between 3-5 decades of life
  Male predominance
  Usually in the proximal femur and humerus
  Long-standing symptoms as pain, pathologic fracture,...
Radiographic appearance Not diagnostic, may mimic giant cell tumor or chondroblastoma
Behavior Low-grade behavior
  Clear tendency for late recurrence and metastases
  Few cases behave aggressively
Treatment "en bloc" resection
  A long time follow-up is necessary