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Five cases of unicentric benign giant cell tumors of the phalanges of the hand are reported. Three patients were initially treated with curettage and bone grafting; two had recurrences that necessitated ray resection as the definitive treatment, and one was free of disease at 16 years' follow-up. The two patients who were primarily treated with ray(More)
Fourteen patients with fracture of the capitulum of the humerus were treated, ten by excision of a large fragment or multiple small fragments. Their results were superior to those in patients treated either by closed reduction or by open reduction and fixation. Nine had good to excellent retention of elbow motion, six had no pain, and three had minimum(More)
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