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Bone emergencies 

Bone emergencies
Bone emergencies

Spence Roy A.J.

, and Johnston Patrick G.

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date: 19 August 2019

Bone pain and pathological fractures 220

Bones can be affected by either primary or secondary malignancies.

Primary bone tumours (1%)

These may arise from any cell type found in bones


- lymphoma

- myeloma/plasmacytoma


- osteosarcoma


- chondrosarcoma



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