Management of Metastatic Spine Disease

@inproceedings{Yurter2014ManagementOM,
  title={Management of Metastatic Spine Disease},
  author={Alp Yurter and Derek G. Ju and D. M. Sciubba},
  year={2014}
}
The incidence of primary cancer increases with each passing year, and patients are living longer as a result of improved therapies and interdisciplinary management. Consequently, long-term complications such as debilitating spinal metastases are becoming more prevalent. In this review, the mechanism of metastasis, clinical presentation, and imaging modalities are briefly summarized. Then, various surgical options, radiotherapies, vertebral augmentation procedures, and systemic therapies are… CONTINUE READING

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