Shoulder Malignancies are one of the many causes of shoulder pain can be a malignant tumor or a benign tumor that is growing in the shoulder blade or the humerus bone. With this in mind, this can lead to a humerus fracture, which physicians consider a pathological fracture. In contrast, they distinguish this from a fracture, which is the consequence of trauma. Certainly, benign bone cysts are not uncommon. Benign myxomas can also be found in the shoulder area.
Unfortunately, on the other hand, malignant tumors are also not uncommon. Indeed, osteosarcoma is one of the common malignant tumors. It often presents in a child or teenager. Clinically this type of tumor likes to grow in the arm or in the lower extremity