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Treatment of Secondary Spinal Tumours

  • C. S. B. Galasko
  • J. B. Spilsbury

Abstract

The diagnosis and treatment of spinal metastatic tumours is an increasing part of an orthopaedic spinal surgeon’s role, as the life expectancy of patients with treatable malignancy increases.

Keywords

Skeletal Metastasis Spinal Metastasis Anterior Column Posterior Stabilisation Spinal Instability 
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  • C. S. B. Galasko
  • J. B. Spilsbury

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