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Spine Surgery pp 533-537 | Cite as

En Bloc Resection for Metastatic Disease

  • Ulf LiljenqvistEmail author
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Abstract

This case will detail the aspects of en bloc resection in metastatic disease of the spine. It is indicated in very rare cases of solitary metastases or oligometastatic patients with primary tumors of good prognosis or highly likelyhood of local recurrence in case of intralesional resection.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department for Spine SurgerySt. Franziskus HospitalMünsterGermany

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