Orthopaedic Oncology at Johns Hopkins
Dr. Carol Morris, division chief of orthopaedic oncology at Johns Hopkins, discusses bone and soft tissue cancers treated at Johns Hopkins. Our orthopaedic oncologists use a multidisciplinary team approach, including experts at the Kimmel Cancer Center, to diagnose and treat patients with benign and malignant tumors of bone and soft tissues in both children and adults. We work with a team of specialists to create individualized care plans for each patient and treat a wide range of conditions. To learn more or to request an appointment with one of our oncology experts, visit http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/orthopaedic-surgery/specialty-areas/oncology/ or http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/kimmel_cancer_center/ What is an Orthopaedic Oncologist? 0:02 What are orthopaedic cancers? 0:20 What is a sarcoma? 0:56 How common are sarcomas in orthopaedic cancers? 1:14 What type of orthopaedic cancers are the most common and what preventative measure can be taken? 1:33 What are the major signs of orthopaedic cancers? 2:19 How are orthopaedic cancers or sarcomas detected? 3:01 How are orthopaedic cancers and sarcomas treated? 4:00 What is the typical approach to care for patients with orthopaedic cancers or sarcomas? 4:32 What is the typical approach for orthopaedic cancers that are not sarcomas? 4:58