Bone Tumor Symptoms
Sometimes, bone tumors are discovered when an x-ray is taken for another reason.
Symptoms of a bone tumor include:
- Bone pain:
- Pain may be located in the spine, trunk, limbs or skull
- Pain may be worse at night
- Arm pain
- Leg pain
- Swelling overlying a bone:
- Joint pain:
- Back pain:
- Bone tenderness:
- Chronic back pain
- Sudden, severe bone pain after a minor injury
Bone tumors can cause weakening of the bone. If the bone becomes too weak, the bone can fracture.
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