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Is that in isolated lytic bone met in the sacrum you see in a surveillance scan of your patient treated for cervical cancer? Probably not. This systematic review of post-radiation imaging from 1992-2018 on nearly 4K patients with gyn cancer reveals a hefty 14% rate of pelvic insufficiency fractures, three-quarters of which were in the sacrum. Better news is the rate was significantly less after IMRT techniques. | Gomes Sapienza, Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys 2019


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