Metastatic malignant tumour in the hand

Yoo-Joon Sur, Yong-Koo Kang, Won-Jong Bahk, Dong-Kyun Chang, Seung-Koo Rhee
Journal of Plastic Surgery and Hand Surgery 2011, 45 (2): 90-5
Skeletal metastasis is a common event during the advanced stage of a malignant tumour, but metastasis to the hand is rare (about 0.1% incidence). We have seen seven cases of metastatic malignant tumour of the hand since 1983, and report them here.

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