An update on the nonoperative treatment of patients with metastatic bone disease.

Abstract

Bone metastases constitute a major problem in oncology because of their frequency and the therapeutic problems they present. Treatment indications depend on accurate diagnosis including histologic type, number, location, and sensitivity to treatment. New findings in the pathophysiology of bone metastases, new staging procedures, new treatment modalities… (More)

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