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Bone findings in cancer patients mimicking metastases (2)

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Pastelaria, Portugal

Bone lesions in cancer patients must be identified as malignant or benign due to the important prognostic and therapeutic implications.  Benign bone fi ndings detected during the staging period and follow-up are common in cancer patients.  The knowledge of these entities in this context could help to reduce the possibility of a cognitive bias.

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