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antibody inhibiting osteoclast differentiation, activation, and survival with applicable suppression of bone turnover in patients with multiple myeloma, osteolytic bone disease, and bone metastases from breast and prostate cancer. It is also a useful drug for managing the GCT of bone and one excellent option in metastatic GCT. The long time safety and complications, especially in young female patients, are to be proven. Conclusions. Early diagnosis and accurate management of GCT are mandatory in order to achieve good long-term clinical results. Denosumab treatment

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. The overlap may be explained by the existence of a common myelin epitope in the peripheral nervous system (PNS) and the central nervous system (CNS) that is subjected to immune-mediated self-aggression [ 6 , 12 ]. Cases of GBS triggered by surgery have previously been reported to occur in the first eight weeks after the procedure, especially in patients with a history of neoplastic disease (gastrointestinal carcinoma, blood and skin cancers, prostate cancer, or gynaecological cancer) or a positive history of other autoimmune diseases (Sjögren syndrome, giant