Management of Metastatic Disease to the Musculoskeletal System

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John P Heiner, Timothy J Kinsella, Thomas Zdeblick
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - Medical - 595 pages
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Metastatic Disease to the Musculoskeletal System is a comprehensive text designed for use by clinicians from multiple disciplines. As approximately 70% of people who die of cancer have metastatic musculoskeletal system, it has become a common problem seen by oncologists, orthopedic surgeons, radiation therapists and internists. However, to date, no text has been available that has provided a solid multidisciplinary approach to these conditions. This book has contributors from many disciplines who offer their insight and experience in treating these devastating and complicated problems.

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