Long-term remission after multiple bone metastases following cervical cancer: A case report

Gynecologic Oncology Case Reports
Hiroshi TsubamotoRiichiro Kanazawa

Abstract

•Multiple bone metastases following cervical cancer was completed resolved.•Metastatic lesions were present within a previously irradiated zone of primary external radiation.•Concurrent chemotherapy and bisphosphonate administration is promising.

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Mar 5, 2016·The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research·Hiroshi MakinoKen-Ichiro Morishige
May 14, 2016·Journal of Gynecologic Oncology·Haoran LiXi Cheng

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