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Bone Cancer: Sources and Notes

Authors : Dr. Ada Picard and Dr. MC Bonduelle.

Sources:

- Civil Hospitals of Lyon, Edouard Herriot Hospital, Bone Tumors, October 2013.
- Bone tumors in children and adolescents, ENC Question 154, R Vialle (Armand Trousseau hospital - Paris).
- V. Pointillart et al. Bone Metastases, Medical-Surgical Encyclopedia, 14-798.

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