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When person has hip and back pain and has prostate cancer, could it mean back and hip bones have malignancy?
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Dr. Jonathan Tay
Radiation Oncology
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In brief: Possibly
Keep in mind common things are common, so pain could be due to non-cancer causes, but if a man is at risk for metastatic prostate cance a bone scan can be done to evaluate potential sites of bone metastasis.

In brief: Possibly
Keep in mind common things are common, so pain could be due to non-cancer causes, but if a man is at risk for metastatic prostate cance a bone scan can be done to evaluate potential sites of bone metastasis.
Dr. Jonathan Tay
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Dr. Michael Gofeld
Pain Management
In brief: Possibly
Metastatic involvement of pelvic bones is commonly seen with prostate cancer.

In brief: Possibly
Metastatic involvement of pelvic bones is commonly seen with prostate cancer.
Dr. Michael Gofeld
Dr. Michael Gofeld
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