focal metastatic disease

fo·cal met·a·stat·ic dis·ease

presence of a single area of metastasis of a malignant tumor or infection distant from the primary lesion.

fo·cal met·a·stat·ic dis·ease

(fōkăl metă-statik di-zēz)
Presence of a single area of metastasis of a malignant tumor or infection distant from primary lesion.
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Although primary surgical management remains the primary modality of treatment, our series supports the ability of SBRT to successfully control focal metastatic disease and extend survival in properly selected patients.