Current concepts in the management of disseminated malignant bone disease in childhood.

  • Norman Jaffe
  • Published 1977 in
    Canadian journal of surgery. Journal canadien de…

Abstract

Disseminated malignant disease should be approached with the intention of curing the patient. This requires a multidisciplinary approach. Essential to the successful application of multidisciplinary treatment is the administration of effective chemotherapy, which may achieve reduction in both microscopic disease and overt tumour. In Ewing's sarcoma, the… (More)

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