Do you need all accurate, up-to-date tumor information on your mobile device? Now you can get the Tumorpedia apps! Tumorpedia - Lite is your free mobile source for musculoskeletal tumor information. See all the Tumorpedia apps for in-depth information on this topic. The Tumorpedia apps give you immediate, on-the-go access to up-to-date information on all the most common (and not so common) benign and malignant musculoskeletal tumors, such as osteosarcoma, enchondroma, lipoma, and more. Includes presentation, incidence, images, pathology, DDX, and treatment for each tumor.Tumorpedia is designed for physicians, surgeons, radiologists, pathologists, primary care providers, podiatrists, residents, interns, medical students, and patients as well. Tumorpedia is available for iPhone and iPad and Android mobile devices.The Tumorpedia applications give you rapid mobile access to the most comprehensive medical information covering all aspects of benign and malignant bone and soft tissue tumors, foot and ankle tumors, and musculoskeletal tumor information in Spanish. Tumorpedia comprises a suite of mobile applications focusing on different types of tumors. The applications include Tumorpedia-lite, our free version, and the comprehensive companion application - Tumorpedia-bone, Tumorpedia-soft tissue, Tumorpedia-foot and ankle, and Tumorpedia-Espanol, designed for Spanish-language users. Each Tumorpedia app contains information on 20 to 50 different tumors, covering the etiology, pathogenesis, clinical presentation, and examination findings, as well as the xray, MRI, and CT scan appearance of the tumor. The diagnostic features of each tumor are illustrated with hundreds of images from actual case examples. In addition, the microscopic pathology findings are described and illustrated. The app provides treatment options, outcomes information, and prognosis for each tumor. There is no textbook in print that has the information available in this application, presented in the manner that it is. It's a great tool for orthopedic surgeons, radiologists, pathologists, podiatrists, residents and students who might be caring for patients with these tumors. It's hard to memorize the variable presentations and diagnostic features of these tumors, which can range anywhere from minor, benign conditions to serious, aggressive cancers. Zeroing in on the right diagnosis is really essential in determining the most accurate and appropriate tests to use. Having this information readily available, right at the point of care is invaluable.