Percutaneous management of bone metastases: state of the art, interventional strategies and joint position statement of the Italian College of MSK Radiology (ICoMSKR) and the Italian College of Interventional Radiology (ICIR): Radiologia Medica

RL Cazzato, F Arrigoni, E Boatta, F Bruno, JB Chiang, J Garnon, L Zugaro, AV Giordano, S Carducci, M Varrassi, B Beomonte Zobel, A Bazzocchi, A Aliprandi, A Basile, S Marcia, S Masala, RF Grasso, S Squarza, C Floridi, AM IerardiN Burdi, R Cioni, A Napoli, R Niola, G Rossi, UG Rossi, M Venturini, F De Cobelli, M Carotti, GL Gravina, M Di Staso, C Zoccali, R Biagini, G Tonini, D Santini, G Carrafiello, M Cariati, E Silvestri, LM Sconfienza, A Giovagnoni, C Masciocchi, A Gangi, A Barile

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Abstract

Interventional radiology provides local management of bone metastases (BM) with a palliative intent in most cases, or with a curative intent in selected patients. Its role has rapidly expanded in the last decade, offering new treatment solutions often in combination with surgery, radiation therapy and medical treatments. The aim of the present paper is to increase awareness, acceptance and adoption of interventional radiology procedures for the treatment of BM; and to present the joint position of the Italian College of Musculoskeletal Radiology and the Italian College of Interventional Radiology. © 2018, Italian Society of Medical Radiology.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)34-49
Number of pages16
JournalRadiol. Med.
Volume124
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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