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How do you manage a patient with cervical cancer who has FDG uptake in bilateral ischial tuberosities with lytic areas on CT correlate, and also has a history suspicious for untreated polymyalgia rheumatica with chronic symptoms in the same anatomic locations?  

Cervical cancer FIGO stage IIIC2. Bloodwork shows elevated ESR and CRP. 



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Radiation Oncologist at Allan Blair Cancer Centre
How would you sequence the RT to the pelvic mets?&...
Radiation Oncologist at University of Kentucky
I would include it in the primary fields and proba...
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Radiation Oncologist at Allegheny Health Network
I agree with @Ashwin Shinde for the most part, exc...
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