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Please visit our download page and drop a download link in the comments here, thanks!. There are four versions of Real PIC.1 Release.3 Release.1. Source code page: If you can find any mistakes, feel free to correct it. If you want to contact me and share your experience about this simulator, please visit my personal blog at I will answer all your comments on this page (if there is any problem with my instructions, I will fix it).Dear Editor, Radiographic manifestations of metastatic bone disease in prostate cancer are broad and not always apparent. When present, metastatic disease to the prostate often manifests as widening of the lumbar spine and sacroiliac joints ([@b1-ol-09-03-1105],[@b2-ol-09-03-1105]). Secondary bone disease may manifest in the form of focal osteolytic, osteoblastic, mixed lytic and blastic lesions or multiple metastatic lesions. Bony metastases in the axial skeleton are more likely to be present in patients who have a more advanced form of cancer and who have symptoms from bone pain ([@b2-ol-09-03-1105]). Metastatic prostate cancer can produce a number of radiological bone disease manifestations, including lytic, mixed and blastic lesions ([@b3-ol-09-03-1105]). Due to the many causes of bone pain in prostate cancer, it may be difficult to differentiate between the presence of metastatic disease and the primary source of bone pain, particularly in the axial skeleton. We report a case of a patient with metastatic prostate cancer who presented with back and hip pain. A 42-year-old male presented with left hip and back pain of six months' duration. The symptoms were described as a'steady' and 'constant' pain. No specific history of trauma was provided. There were no history of fever, rash, previous surgery or trauma. He was overweight with a body mass index of 27.6. Clinical examination revealed tenderness in the left hip region. The range of motion was limited in the left hip joint. Neurological examination was normal. Laboratory investigations were within normal limits. Plain radiographs of the pelvis and femur showed multiple osteolytic lesions in the left fem





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