Synovial Sarcoma: Questions and Answers
Publication Year: 2005
Type: Federal resource, Online publication
Synovial sarcoma, also called synovioma, is a rare cancer that begins in synovial tissue. Synovial tissue can be found in tendons (tissues that connect muscle to bone), bursae (fluid-filled, cushioning sacs found in spaces between tendons, ligaments, and bones), and the cavity (hollow enclosed area) that separates the bones of a freely movable joint, such as the knee or elbow.
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