Malign tumours don’t only harm the tissue and organ they are located in, they can also awaken in the nearby organ and tissue and harm them. Also, cancerous cells can be transferred to other regions of the body through blood or lymph veins and relocate to there. This action of cancerous cells spreading from their tissue directly or with blood-lymph veins is called “metastasis” (spreading).
In a male patient of 65 years of age, metastasis of lung adenocarcinome with pathological fracture threat in left humerus distal. Reconstruction with wide local resection and modular replacement prosthesis with the purpose of early rehabilitation was performed for the patient who has isolated metastasis.