Dubai, UAE, February 22, 2018: German Medical Center, a Dubai-based specialized healthcare facility with remarkable staff committed to providing top-notch medical services and ensuring a satisfactory experience for patients, introduces its medical expertise to the topic of Osteosarcoma.
Osteosarcoma is a malignancy that affects the bones and is rare in children, but bone sarcoma is one of the three malignant tumors after leukemia and lymphoma in adolescents and adults. This tumor stems from rapid growth of cells in sites surrounding the bone, such as cartilage, fibroblasts, bone-forming cells, and more.
Providing the right medical attention to persons suffering pulmonary or osteoarthritic diseases, German Medical Center provides state-of-the-art technology to effective test, diagnose and treat cancer and malignant cysts.
The most common pathological symptom is slowly escalating pain in the affected area, where one feels intermittent pain and then continuous pain. The feeling of a solid mass in the location of the pain, which swells over time with redness and irritation in the surrounding tissues accompanied by a relative rise in temperature is another symptom of this disease.
Dr. Ahmad Rashid, Orthopedic Surgeon, German Medical Center, said, “Medical examinations can help find the root cause of the disease, done either by specialists in testing or a physician specializing in diseases and tumors. Radiation diagnosis and radiotheraphy and x-rays can also help do a biopsy of the pulmonary and osteoarthritic disease. It's important to detect early, for which we advise persons to test every 6 months to a year post the age of 35.”
Specializing in Orthopedics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Urology, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Preventive Medicine, Physiotherapy and beyond, all within a single, clinically-integrated network, German Medical Center's medical professionals reform all vital aspects of healthcare for those suffering orthopedic and bone-related ailments.
As the DHA aims to reduce non-treatable cancer cases by 18% before 2021, medical giant German Medical Center makes its testing more accessible and treatment and diagnosis for easy to avail.