Recent research developments address RFA for bone cancer

May 10, 2005

Painful metastatic bone cancer is often found in connection with soft-tissue organ tumors. Thirteen peer-reviewed reports published in the 2003-2004 time period address the use of RFA to treat bone tumors.

Painful metastatic bone cancer is often found in connection with soft-tissue organ tumors. Thirteen peer-reviewed reports published in the 2003-2004 time period address the use of RFA to treat bone tumors.

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Albisnni U, Rimondi E, Malaguti MC, Ciminari R

 

 

A comment on CT-guided radiofrequency ablation of osteoid osteoma

AJR 2004 Aug;183(2):538, author reply 538-539

Belfiore G, Moggio G, Tedeschi E, Greco M, Cioffi R, Cinotti F, Rossi R

Caserta's Hospital

Radiology

CT-guided radiofrequency ablation: a potential complementary therapy for

patients with unresectable primary lung cancer - a preliminary report

AJR 2004 Oct;183(4):1003-1011

Posteraro AF, DuPuy DE, Mayo-Smith WW

Rhode Island Hosp

Radiology

Radiofrequency ablation of bony metastatic disease

Clin Radiol 2002 Sept:59(9):803-811

Tsou PM, Alan Yeung C, Yeung AT

Santa Monica

 

Posterolateral transforaminal selective endoscopic discectomy and

thermal annuloplasty for chronic lumbar discogenic pain: a minimal

access visualized intradiscal surgical procedure

Spine J 2004 Sept-Oct;4(5):564-573

Ahrar K

U Texas MD Anderson Cancer Ctr

Interventional Radiology

The role and limitations of radiofrequency ablation in treatment of bone

and soft tissue tumors

Curr Oncol Rep 2004 Jul;6(4):315-320

Davis KW, Choi JJ, Blankenbaker DG

U Wisconsin

Radiology

Radiofrequency ablation in the musculoskeletal system

Semin Roentgenol 2004 Jan;39(1):129-144

Posteraro AF, Dupuy DE, Mayo-Smith WW

RI Hospital

Diagnostic Imaging

Radiofrequency ablation of bony metastatic disease

Clin Radiol 2004;59(9):803-811

Goetz MP, Callstrom MR, Charboneau JW, Farrell MA, Maus TP, Welch TJ,

Wong GY, Sloan JA, Novotny PJ, Peterson IA, Beres RA, Regge D, Capanna

R, Saker MB, Gronemeyer DH, Gevarez A, Ahrar K, Choti MA, deBaere TJ,

Rubin J

Mayo Clinic

Oncology

Percutaneous image-guided radiofrequency ablation of painful metastases

involving bone: a multicenter study

J Clin Oncol 2004 Jan 15;22(2):300-306

Jacofsky DJ, Papagelopoulos PJ, Sim FH

Mayo Clinic

Orthopedic Surgery

Advances and challenges in the surgical treatment of metastatic bone

disease

Clin Orthop 2003 Oct;415 (suppl):S14-S18

Mikeladze G, Espinal R, Finnegan R, Routon T, Martin D

Med Coll Georgia

Pain Medicine

Pulsed radiofrequency application in treatment of chronic zygapophyseal

joint pain

Spine J 2003 Sept-Oct;3(5):360-362

Patti JW, Neeman Z, Wood BJ

NIH

Clinical Center

Radiofrequency ablation for cancer-associated pain

J Pain 2002 Dec;3(6):471-473

Rosenthal DI, Horniacek FJ, Torriani M, Gebhardt MC, Mankin HJ

Mass General

Radiology

Osteoid osteoma: percutaneous treatment with radiofrequency energy

Radiology 2003 Oct;299(1):171-175, comment in 2004 Jul;232(1):304

Tanabe KK, Curley SA, Dodd GD, Siperstein AE, Goldberg SN

Harvard Med School

Surgery

Radiofrequency ablation: the experts weigh in