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- Tags: Bone Neoplasms – Complications
Brain metastasis in bone and soft tissue cancers: a review of incidence, interventions, and outcomes.
Tags: 2014, Bone Neoplasms – Complications, Brain Neoplasms – Epidemiology, Bukavina Laura, Descriptive Statistics, Drazin Doniel, Human, Incidence, Neoplasm Metastasis – Epidemiology, PubMed, Saeed Kashif, Sarcoma, Sarkis Reem, Shweikeh Faris, Soft Tissue Neoplasms – Complications, Suneja Aarushi, Sweiss Fadi, systematic review, Therapeutics, Treatment Outcomes
Single versus multiple fractions of repeat radiation for painful bone metastases: a randomised, controlled, non-inferiority trial.
Tags: *Dose Fractionation, *Radiotherapy, 2014, Aged, Analgesics – Therapeutic Use, Analgesics/therapeutic use, Australia, Babington Scott, Bone Neoplasms, Bone Neoplasms – Complications, Bone Neoplasms – Radiotherapy, Bone Neoplasms/complications/*radiotherapy/*secondary, Brief pain inventory, Brundage Michael D, Canada, Cauda Equina, Chen Bingshu E, Chi Square Test, Chi-Square Distribution, Chow Edward, Clinical Assessment Tools, Clinical Trials, Computer-Assisted, Computer-Assisted – Adverse Effects, Computer-Assisted/adverse effects, Demas William F, Europe, Female, Fractures, Funding Source, Hartsell William F, Hoskin Peter, Human, Humans, Intention to Treat Analysis, Israel, Logistic Models, Logistic Regression, Male, Meyer Ralph M, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Nabid Abdenour, New Zealand, Odds Ratio, Oei Bing, Pain – Diagnosis, Pain – Drug Therapy, Pain – Etiology, Pain – Radiotherapy, Pain Measurement, Pain/diagnosis/drug therapy/*etiology/*radiotherapy, Questionnaires, Radiation, Radiation Dosage, Radiotherapy, Radiotherapy Planning, Risk Factors, Roos Daniel, Scales, Spinal Cord Compression – Etiology, Spinal Cord Compression/etiology, Spontaneous – Etiology, Spontaneous/etiology, Surveys and Questionnaires, The Lancet. Oncology, Time Factors, Tissing-Tan Caroline J A, Treatment Outcome, Treatment Outcomes, van der Linden Yvette M, Wilson Carolyn F, Wong Rebecca K S, Wu Jackson S Y
Revisiting classification of pain from bone metastases as mild, moderate, or severe based on correlation with function and quality of life.
Tags: *Quality of Life, *Severity of Illness Index, 2016, 80 and over, Adolescence, Adolescent, Adult, Aged, Babington Scott, Bone metastases, Bone Neoplasms, Bone Neoplasms – Complications, Bone Neoplasms/*complications/secondary, Brief pain inventory, Brundage Michael, Chow Edward, Demas William F, Ding Keyue, Female, Functional interference, Funding Source, Hartsell William F, Hoskin Peter, Human, Humans, Male, Meyer Ralph M, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Nabid Abdenour, Ong Francisca, Pain – Classification, Pain – Etiology, Pain Measurement – Methods, Pain Measurement/*methods, Pain severity, Pain/*classification/etiology, Parulekar Wendy R, Quality of Life, Questionnaires, Re-irradiation, Roos Daniel, Severity of Illness Indices, Supportive care in cancer : official journal of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer, Survival, van der Linden Yvette M, van Tienhoven Geertjan, Wilson Carolyn F, Wong Rebecca K S, Wu Jackson S Y, Young Adult, Zhu Liting