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Minimally Invasive Stabilization Using Screws and Cement for Pelvic Metastases: Technical Considerations for the Pelvic "Screw and Glue" Technique. Semin Intervent Radiol 2019 Aug;36(3):229-240

Date

08/23/2019

Pubmed ID

31435131

Pubmed Central ID

PMC6699961

DOI

10.1055/s-0039-1693982

Abstract

Metastatic disease involving the pelvis is common, often resulting in significant pain and disability. Several percutaneous interventions for unstable pelvic metastatic disease have been described, including osteoplasty, ablation, and screw fixation, that when used alone or in combination can significantly reduce pain and disability from metastatic bone disease. While it is possible to make a significant impact in patient care with basic principles and techniques, certain advanced techniques can extend the application of percutaneous interventions while minimizing morbidity.

Author List

Lea WB, Neilson JC, King DM, Tutton SM

Authors

David M. King MD Chair, Professor in the Orthopaedic Surgery department at Medical College of Wisconsin
John C. Neilson MD Associate Professor in the Orthopaedic Surgery department at Medical College of Wisconsin
Sean Tutton MD Vice Chair, Professor in the Radiology department at Medical College of Wisconsin




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