Synovial sarcoma is a soft-tissue malignancy, which is often mistaken as a benign development because of its slow rate of growth. Most commonly, the tissues adjacent to the large joints are affected and the tumors often go unnoticed in the early stages of growth. The diagnosis starts with a CT scan, MRI, X-ray, and sonography to detect the nature of any suspicious masses in the body. The tumors grow rapidly at a matured stage.
HOW IS SYNOVIAL SARCOMA DIAGNOSED?
This form of malignancy is more seen in men than in women.