Metastatic Spinal Column Tumours

The spinal column is known to be the most common location for bone metastasis (the spread of primary tumors from other sites in the body to the bone). It affects people of all age groups and the most common cancers that spread to the spine are renal, lung, breast and prostate.

Tumors that originate in the spine (primary spine tumors) are rare and most of the time are observed to have spread from other parts of the body to the spine (Metastatic).

Metastatic spinal cancer can invade any part of the spine—the spinal vertebrae, nerves, spinal cord and the cord’s protective membranes.

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