Mini Review - Journal of Orthopedic Surgery and Rehabilitation (2022) Volume 6, Issue 3
Orientation in clinical treatment and results in metastatic spine disease.
The incidence of metastatic spine disease (MSD) is increasing among cancer patients. Given the poor outcomes and high rates of morbidity associated with MSD, it is important to determine demographic factors that could impact interventions and outcomes for this patient population. The goals of this study were to think about in-emergency clinic mortality and confusion rates, clinical show, and intercessions among female and male patients determined to have MSD.Author(s): Lingping Shan*