The management of patients with metastatic disease in the humerus requires consideration of many factors. A careful evaluation of the patient's general condition, an understanding of the disease process, an appreciation of the degree of bone destruction, and a working knowledge of available treatment options are required. A multidisplinary approach is essential to determine the course of treatment that best alleviates pain, preserves function, and optimizes the quality of life remaining in the patient with metastatic disease.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Orthopedics and Sports Medicine