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Medical Dialogues team interacted with the lead authors of the review article titled- “Orthopedic hardware in trauma – A guided tour for the radiologist – Part 1″ , Dr. Rakhee Kumar Paruchuri who is a Lead musculoskeletal radiologist.

The review article that has been published in the Indian Journal of Musculoskeletal Radiology published by Scientific Scholar.

Dr. Purchuri talks about-

1. The rationale and significance and also highlights the key takeways for clinicians and researchers.

2. What is the net conclusion of the review

3. Will there be a sequelae to this review? If yes, then what shall be the likely additional information for the audience?

Soft-tissue sarcomas (STSs) are a heterogenous group of malignant tumors with varying radiological and histopathological features that can make an accurate diagnosis and lesion grading challenging. It is rare with the average GP seeing only one of these lesions in their career. The present 5-year retrospective study that is published in the Indian Journal of Musculoskeletal Radiology published by (Scientific Scholar) aimed to assess the diagnostic yield, accuracy, and complication rate of the US-guided core-needle biopsy technique for suspected soft-tissue sarcomas. Diagnostic yield was recorded as positive for a sample that allowed differentiation of benign and malignant lesions. https://mss-ijmsr.com/soft-tissue-sarcoma-biopsy-a-safe-and-well-tolerated-technique-with-a-high-diagnostic-yield-a-5-year-review-of-more-than-800-cases/This Article has been covered by Medical Dialogues.