Rheumatic symptoms of malignant tumours – presentation of cases
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Online publication date: 2006-12-15
Reumatologia 2006;44(6):369-373
Rheumatic symptoms in the course of malignant tumour can be caused by musculoskeletal metastases and often precede tumour disease symptoms. In cases of unclassified arthritis with a violent eruption and untypical rheumatic symptoms the diagnosis must be verified again. Sometimes treatment of malignant neoplasm may cause a withdrawal of rheumatic symptoms. The cases presented here are an example of rheumatic dissemble of malignancy.
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