QBA Meditours

Sarcomas

Sarcoma is a rare cancer group affecting every age group and may develop in ligament of any body region such as nerve, adipose, muscle, blood veins, fibrous tissue, bone, tendon, dermis tissue and cartilage. Although there are different sarcoma types, they are generally divided into two parts: soft tissue sarcome and bone sarcoma (it is widely known as bone cancer).

SURGICAL TREATMENT FOR SARCOMA

Removal of the tumor and peripheral healthy tissue with operation is one of the most effective treatments for soft tissue sarcoma. However, the only applicable treatment sometimes is the removal of the complete or any part of the limb where sarcoma developed.

Soft Tissue Cancer Healthcare Programs

  • Malign Soft Tissue Requiring Long Operation Containing Locoregional Discharge
  • Malign Soft Tissue Requiring Shoulder Dislocation
  • Malign Soft Tissue Requiring Arm Amputation
  • Malign Soft Tissue Requiring Femur Amputation
  • Malign Soft Tissue Requiring Surgical Reconstruction
  • Malign Soft Tissue Requiring Hip Disarticulation
  • Malign Soft Tissue Requiring Knee Disarticulation

Bone Tumors Healthcare Programs


  • Malign Bone Tumors Requiring Arm Amputation
  • Malign Bone Tumors Requiring Femur Amputation
  • Malign Bone Tumors Requiring Hip Amputation
  • Malign Bone Tumors Requiring Shoulder Disarticulation
  • Malign Bone Tumors Requiring Knee Disarticulation