Bone ablations in peripheral skeleton: Rationale, techniques and evidence

Leo Razakamanantsoa, A. Nicholas Kurup, Matthew R. Callstrom, Jack W. Jennings, Francois H. Cornelis

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This article aims to disclose a consensus on the rationale, approaches, and the outcomes of bone ablations in the peripheral skeleton. Despite less numerous prospective studies about peripheral metastasis, interventional radiology has a role in this setting. Scrupulous attention for selection criteria, ablation technique, procedural steps, and clinical and imaging follow-up are required to provide optimal multidisciplinary care for oncologic patients.

Original languageEnglish
Article number100804
JournalTechniques in vascular and interventional radiology
Issue number1
StatePublished - Mar 2022


  • ablation
  • bone
  • cancer
  • outcomes
  • pain


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