Distal appendicular skeletal metastases
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Distal appendicular skeletal metastases, especially distal to the knee and elbow joints, are uncommon.
Localized pain and swelling, along with pathological fractures, are the most common 3.
Malignancies that most commonly spread to appendicular skeleton include 1:
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