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Chondrosarcoma is a rare, malignant tumor that affects the bones and joints. It is diagnosed in about 600 patients each year in the United States – most frequently in men between the age of 20 and 60 years old. The disease often begins in the bones of the arms, legs or pelvis, but can be found in any part of the body that contains cartilage. Common symptoms include headaches and vision or hearing problems.  

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The AdventHealth Neuroscience Institute is a state-of-the art facility for adults and children affected by chondrosarcoma. We specialize in minimally invasive treatments that use laser technology to remove tumors or reduce their size. Using laser technology, endoscopes and 3-D brain mapping, our surgeons and their team will pinpoint the tumor with immense accuracy. Rare forms of cancer like chondrosarcoma present unique challenges that our specialists address with a broad range of traditional and leading-edge treatment strategies.