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Bone and Soft Tissue Tumours
About Me
Limb Salvage
Mr Lee Jeys
MB ChB, MSc (Ortho. Engin), FRCS (Tr & Orth)
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Specialist in Hip, Knee and Oncology Surgery
Tumours of the bones and soft tissues are rare and require specialist treatment

Many tumours can be benign (not a danger to your life) but still require specialist treatment, as they be painful or can cause damage to the bone.

Malignant tumours that either arise in or spread to the bones or soft tissues obviously require specialist treatment to give the best chance of cure.

Mr Jeys spends 50% of his NHS time dealing with bone and soft tissue tumours.

He works in one of the largest bone tumour units in the world and has published many scientific papers on their treatment. He lectures around the world on bone and soft tissue tumours.

He is recognised as one of the leading experts in the UK in their treatment and sits on several national committees. He frequently operates on patients from the UK and abroad.
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 Here is an example of large malignant soft tissue tumour in the leg on MRI scan (dark grey area) which was removed by surgery. Below is a malignant bone tumour in a 4 year old girl which was removed and a large knee replacement was used by Mr Jeys to reconstruct the leg avoiding an amputation.
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