Chest Wall tumors usually cause no symptom and present as a lump growing in the chest wall. Tumors of the chest wall include those that grow on the ribs and sternum. These can be both malignant and benign.
Symptoms of Chest Wall Tumor
Chest Wall tumors usually cause no symptom and present as a lump growing in the chest wall. Occasionally it may cause local pain or even fractures of the ribs.
Diagnosis of Chest Wall Tumor
The diagnosis is confirmed by a carefully performed biopsy.
Complete removal of full thickness of chest wall
We have a vast experience in treating for Chest Wall Tumors from smallest to the largest tumors with excellent outcome and long term survivors.
Surgery For Chest Wall Tumor
The treatment for chest wall tumors is done by surgery in which complete removal of full thickness of chest wall including all the muscles and ribs with more than 2 cm clear margin around the tumor and then reconstruction of the chest wall by using various imported synthetic materials, including complex plastic surgery operations.