Metastatic carcinoma accounts for the large majority of bone malignancies and, along with multiple myeloma, is the first consideration for any destructive bone lesion in a patient older than 40 years. The primary treatment for symptomatic bone metastases is radiation therapy. Prophylactic internal fixation should especially be considered for destructive peritrochanteric femur lesions.
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