Can surgical management of bone metastases improve quality of life among women with gynecologic cancer?
World Journal of Surgical Oncology, August 2014
Tao Ji, Ramez Eskander, Yifei Wang, Kunkun Sun, Bang H Hoang, Wei Guo
The evaluation, counseling, and management of gynecologic patients with bone metastasis remain a challenge for clinicians. In order to critically evaluate the role of surgery, we retrospectively analyzed the records of 18 patients surgically treated for metastatic gynecologic tumors of bone, focusing on quality of life, local tumor control, and survival.
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