Treatment of Malignant Bone Tumors Using Radioisotopes
Metastatic spread to the bone occurs in a variety of tumors. Basically, any malignant tumor may metastasize to bone and the lesions may cause osteolytic or osteoblastic destruction.
KeywordsBone Metastasis Thyroid Carcinoma Total Thyroidectomy Malignant Bone Tumor Osseous Metastasis
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