Radionuclide therapy with bone seeking radionuclides in palliation of painful bone metastases.

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Radionuclide therapy with bone seeking radiopharmaceuticals is one of the oldest interventions in nuclear medicine and has been now in use for many years as an effective method of palliating painful bone metastases. Clinical indications have slowly but progressively increased starting from end-stage prostate cancer with diffuse painful bone metastases to… (More)

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@article{Maini2003RadionuclideTW, title={Radionuclide therapy with bone seeking radionuclides in palliation of painful bone metastases.}, author={Carlo Ludovico Maini and Rosa Sciuto and Lugia Romano and Serenella Bergomi}, journal={Journal of experimental & clinical cancer research : CR}, year={2003}, volume={22 4 Suppl}, pages={71-4} }