Abstract

The skeleton is a common site for metastases from many primary tumours. The apparent distribution and frequency of metastases are influenced by the method of investigation used to identify them.

Keywords

Lymphoma Attenuation Osteoporosis Adenocarcinoma Sarcoma 

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  • Sheila Rankin

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