[Pain management in bone metastasis of pulmonary origin: new interventional and metabolic techniques].

Abstract

Invasion of bone by a metastatic lesion is the most common cause of pain in cancer patients. Pain management in these patients is an important and difficult task. The pain is not always properly controlled by high doses of specific medication, radiation therapy or chemotherapy. When these therapies do not provide adequate pain relief, percutaneous… (More)

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@article{Kastler2005PainMI, title={[Pain management in bone metastasis of pulmonary origin: new interventional and metabolic techniques].}, author={Bruno Kastler and Hatem Boulahdour and F G Barral and J. M. Lerais and Philippe Manzoni and M. Jacamon and Annie Pousse and Pascale Jacoulet and M D Parmentier and Alain Depierre}, journal={Revue des maladies respiratoires}, year={2005}, volume={22 6 Pt 2}, pages={8S94-100} }