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Stijn E. W. Geraets, P. Koen Bos, and Johan van der Stok

However, there is no consensus in the guidelines or literature as to which types of long bone metastasis benefit from preoperative embolization in order to reduce blood loss. The primary aim of this systematic review was to identify long bone metastases

Catalin Cirstoiu, Bogdan Cretu, Sergiu Iordache, Mihnea Popa, Bogdan Serban, and Adrian Cursaru

bone metastases are in the breast, prostate, lung, kidney, and thyroid. The evolution of a bone metastasis depends on the affected bone type and its location. The most common sites of bone metastases are the spine, proximal femur, pelvis, ribs, and

Miklós Szendrői, Imre Antal, Attila Szendrői, Áron Lazáry, and Péter Pál Varga

study, 19 age, gender, method of surgical fixation and location in different long bones did not play a significant role. The highest ratio of solitary metastases, 38.8%, was observed in the Scandinavian Skeletal Metastasis Registry (n = 1195

Sakae Tanaka

of cancer, infection, cardiovascular disease, delayed fracture healing, hypocalcaemia, or osteonecrosis of the jaw. In addition to its anti-osteoporotic function, denosumab prevents skeletal-related events in patients with bone metastasis from solid

Julie J. Willeumier, Yvette M. van der Linden, Michiel A.J. van de Sande, and P.D. Sander Dijkstra

for an impending fracture, and an intramedullary nail with cement in the lesion or a DF-MTP should be considered. Fig. 6 Patient with solitary bone metastasis from non small cell lung carcinoma (diagnosed and treated 4.5 years ago). Metastasis of

Elisa Pala, Alberto Procura, Giulia Trovarelli, Antonio Berizzi, and Pietro Ruggieri

parameters to consider when approaching a patient with bone metastasis, such as age, performance status, number and site of metastases, the free interval of disease, histotypes of the primary tumor, and expected survival ( 2 , 3 ). The treatment of long bone

Olga D. Savvidou, Panagiotis Koutsouradis, George D. Chloros, Ioannis Papanastasiou, Thomas Sarlikiotis, Aggelos Kaspiris, and Panayiotis J. Papagelopoulos

Introduction Bone tumours around the elbow are rare and their incidence is approximately 1%. 1 The literature regarding primary bone tumours of the elbow is sparse, with only two case series consisting of 75 patients and 25 patients

G. Ulrich Exner, Michael O. Kurrer, Nadja Mamisch-Saupe, and Stephen R. Cannon

: Does the lesion have its origin in the bone (primary bone tumour) or is it a metastasis? Could the lesion be an expression of an underlying metabolic disease (Brown tumour caused by hyperparathyroidism) or could the process itself be causing a

Olga Savvidou, Olympia Papakonstantinou, Eleftheria Lakiotaki, Ioannis Zafeiris, Dimitra Melissaridou, Pinelopi Korkolopoulou, and Panayiotis J. Papagelopoulos

, 17 medullary involvement 17 , 36 or lung metastasis. 11 The prognosis of PAO is better compared to other surface bone sarcomas and conventional osteosarcoma, with metastasis and recurrence occurring in rare cases. 10 , 38 Periosteal

Ajay Puri

imaging (MRI) of the involved region, computed tomography (CT) scan of the chest and a bone scan. Considering the extreme rarity of isolated skeletal metastasis in chondrosarcoma, recent studies have questioned the need for a bone scan in all