In which malignant diseases can joint involvement occur as a secondary feature

In which malignant diseases can joint involvement occur as a secondary feature?

  • • Metastatic carcinoma.
  • • Lymphoma/myeloma.
  • • Leukemic infiltration (12%–65% of children and 4%–13% of adults with leukemia).
  • • Contiguous spread of adjacent bone sarcomas.
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