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Sacral chordoma with unusual posterior radiographic presentation.

Chordoma is a malignant neoplasm believed to arise from notochordal remnants. It is most often found in the midline of the sacrococcygeal region (50%), skull base (35%), and the mobile spine (15%). When present in the sacral region, chordomas most often grow anteriorly. We present an unusual case of sacral chordoma with posterior extension.[1]


  1. Sacral chordoma with unusual posterior radiographic presentation. Coombs, R.J., Coiner, L. Skeletal radiology. (1996) [Pubmed]
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