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Gorham–Stout disease: the experience of the Rizzoli Institute and review of the literature
Gorham–Stout disease (also known as “disappearing bone disease”) was first described by Jackson in 1838, but was properly defined by Gorham and Stout in a series of 24 patients in 1954–1955. It is aExpand
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Clinical outcome of central conventional chondrosarcoma
Aim of this study was to analyze (1) survival, local recurrence (LR), and metastasis rates between the three histological tumor grades; (2) whether type of treatment and tumor site influencedExpand
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Proximal tibial resections and reconstructions: Clinical outcome of 225 patients
Previous studies reported variable outcome of proximal tibial resections and reconstructions. Therefore, we evaluated the survival, Musculoskeletal Tumor Society (MSTS) function, and complications ofExpand
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Surgical Margins and Local Control in Resection of Sacral Chordomas
BackgroundThe treatment of choice in sacral chordoma is surgical resection, although the risk of local recurrence and metastasis remains high. The quality of surgical margins obtained at initialExpand
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Protocol of surgical treatment of long bone pathological fractures.
Long bone pathological fractures in patients with primary and metastatic bone tumours are difficult to treat and their management may alter the prognosis of the disease and jeopardize survival. TheExpand
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Percutaneous CT-guided biopsy of the musculoskeletal system: results of 2027 cases.
INTRODUCTION Biopsy of the musculoskeletal system is useful in the management of bone lesions particularly in oncology but they are often challenging procedures with a significant risk ofExpand
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Review of foot tumors seen in a university tumor institute.
Most tumors of the foot and ankle will be benign, and it has been easy for clinicians to underestimate the malignant potential of a given tumor. The purpose of our study was to gain insight into theExpand
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CT-guided corticosteroid injection for solitary eosinophilic granuloma of the spine
ObjectiveTo evaluate the clinical and imaging outcome of patients with symptomatic eosinophilic granuloma of the spine treated with CT-guided intralesional methylprednisolone injection afterExpand
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Recurrence After and Complications Associated With Adjuvant Treatments for Sacral Giant Cell Tumor
BackgroundThe best treatment of giant cell tumor of the sacrum is controversial. It is unclear whether adjuvant treatment with intralesional surgery reduces recurrences or increasesExpand
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The role of 18F-FDG PET/CT in the detection of osteosarcoma recurrence
AimThe aim of this study was to investigate the diagnostic accuracy of 18F-FDG-PET/CT in osteosarcoma patients suspicious for disease recurrence after adequate surgical therapy.MethodsInclusionExpand
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