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    Chondrosarcoma is a relatively slow-growing tumor, and the patients do not experience symptoms during the early stages of the disease. The symptoms of a chondrosarcoma, if present, depend upon the site and size of the tumor. The symptoms of chondrosarcoma include:

    • Pressure of the tumor on the bone
    • Persistent and progressively severe pain at the tumor site
    • Swelling of the bone at the affected site
    • Joint stiffness
    • Unexplained weight loss
    • Fatigue
    • Bladder and bowel incontinence if the tumor is present in the pelvic region
    • Limited movement and weakness in the joint or the limb
    • Pain worsens at night and is usually relieved by taking anti-inflammatory medications
    • Fever

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