Potential harms of interventions for spinal metastatic disease

The primary objective of this review is to compare the potential harms of treatment for spinal metastatic disease for the following treatments:

1. Surgical intervention.

2. Surgical intervention with radiation therapy.

3. Radiation therapy alone.

Our secondary objectives are:

1. comparing the harms of different surgical methods;

2. comparing the harms between different radiation protocols.

This is a protocol.

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