Metastatic bone cancer occurs when cancer spreads from a primary organ site to bone. The spine is the most common location of metastatic disease. Pain is an important symptom of musculoskeletal metastases, but it is nonspecific. The pain pattern can be helpful if, in addition to being activity related, it is present at rest and at night, especially in patients older than 50 years. Laboratory tests can be used to aid in the diagnosis of metastatic bone cancer.
Related Journals of Metastatic Bone Cancer
Journal of Orthopedic Oncology, Journal of Carcinogenesis & Mutagenesis,Journal of Cancer Science & Therapy, Journal of Leukemia, Archives of Surgical Oncology,Journal of Cancer Clinical Trials, Head and Neck Cancer Research,Journal of Bone Oncology, The Bone & Joint Journal, Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, European Spine Journal, Footwear Science, Spine Deformity.