Journal of Orthopedic Surgery and Rehabilitation

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Research Article - Journal of Orthopedic Surgery and Rehabilitation (2020) Volume 4, Issue 1

Advancements in Orthopedic Oncology

Journal of Orthopedic Oncology has seen tremendous growth in terms of recognition and advancement in recent years. Journal of Orthopedic Oncology focuses on many aspects including on inter disciplinary collaborations and providing platform for publication of relevant research works and clinical studies and reports globally. He journal also aims to supply the foremost relevant and practice based information to each young researcher involved in care of bone, spine and tumors.

 

Cancers and bone tumors specially require multidisciplinary approach towards managing patients. Orthopedic Oncology as it is termed is not simply a surgical branch but requires inputs from various different faculties including orthopedic oncologist, radiologist, pathologist, medical oncologist, radiation oncologist, pediatric medical oncologist, surgical oncologist, plastic surgeons and micro-vascular surgeons.

 

He publication by Carolino DKD, et al. from Philippines have stated that cancer in pregnancy is defined as a cancer diagnosed from the First day of childbearing to one year post-partum, estimated to occur 1 in every 1,000 women [1,2]. Due to the relative rarity of the condition, guidelines for management are largely based from small retrospective studies or case series with limited follow-up .

 

Malignancy during pregnancy is understood to be rare, 1:1000 pregnancies with a reported incidence of 0.07% to 0.1% of malignancies , but with outcomes known to be devastating. Because of the rarity of this occurrence, this has only been the topic of only a few studies thus far . Hence, there has been a scarcity of guidelines regarding the clinical diagnosis and justifying the management of tumors during pregnancy.

 

In the review of available literature, the most common gestational cancers in terms of its organ of origin are breast and cervical cancer, followed by hematologic malignancies and melanoma [1-3,6], while the incidence of musculoskeletal tumors being comparably lower [3].

 

Journal of Orthopedic Oncology specially  aims to provide a platform where researches all over the world can communicate. We feel proud for possessing inter disciplinary members on the editorial board and in upcoming months we will be expanding this to include many more academic experts in this Field of Orthopedic Oncology

 

We have embarked on a journey towards excellence in treatment of bone, spine and tumors. We would like to thank all our editorial board members who encouraged us and helped us in every way to start this venture. We thank all our authors who provided us with excellent articles. We also thank our reviewers who did rapid peer reviews and corrections in the articles. He future of Journal of Orthopedic Oncology looks very promising especially with the support from the editorial board. We as a team are committed to Journal of Orthopedic Oncology uplL?ment and development globally and aim to make this journal a landmark publication in years to come.

Author(s): Merav Bash

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