Jason Petrungaro

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BACKGROUND Oncologic defects resulting from extremity amputations are often extensive and require substantial soft tissue for reconstruction. METHODS A review of all patients, who underwent an external hemipelvectomy, forequarter amputation, or hindquarter amputation from 2001 to 2010 at the MD Anderson Cancer Center, was performed. RESULTS A total of(More)
Zone III flexor tendon injuries are relatively rare in comparison to other flexor tendon injuries in zones I, II, IV, and V. Often, these are open injuries resulting from an electrical device like a saw; however, closed injures are even rarer, and those mid-substance ruptures resulting from bowling with no evidence of underlying tendinopathy from diseases(More)
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