Assessment Test

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1.

Referring to the causation of sarcomas:




2.

Multidiscplinary teams include specialists from which of the following disciplines?






3.

Ewing Family Tumour is characterized by the following:




4.

A 12 year old boy presents with a painful anterior knee. It is worse after exercise, and has gradually been getting worse for several months now. Examination shows a hard swelling around the distal femur, and he located the pain just superior to his patella. The best next step is:




5.

Soft Tissue Sarcomas:




6.

A 14 year old boy has a swollen tibia and pain for 6 months. You suspect a bone tumour. What would be the best first radiological investigation?




7.

A patient presents to his family doctor with a 4 cm mass that has been stable. How would you first try to determine if it was superficial?




8.

A patient undergoes treatment including 5000cGy of external beam radiation and wide resection surgery for a large, deep high grade soft tissue sarcoma in the thigh. There is no evidence of metastases. How will you counsel the patient?




9.

Osteosarcoma:




10.

Osteochondromas: