Metastatic and Primary Spinal Tumours

Spinal tumours are referred to as primary spinal tumours. When cancer spreads from another part of the body to the spine, it causes spinal metastases (metastasizes). Cancer cells might spread from a neighbouring location or move through the bloodstream to the spine. In the spine, tumours can hurt. In metastasis, cancer cells separate from the main tumour, move through the bloodstream or lymphatic system, and develop a new tumour in various body organs or tissues. The main tumor's malignant type has spread to the newly discovered, metastatic tumour.

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