M. Cima-Suarez

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Implantation of chondrosarcoma in the bones of the hands is an infrequent occurrence. We present two cases in which the fifth metacarpal and the proximal phalanx of the index finger, respectively, were affected in two patients aged 47 and 67 years, who, without previous known lesions, came to consultation on the appearance of pain and progressive local(More)
Implantation of chondrosarcoma in the bones of the hands is an infrequent occurrence. We present two cases in which the fifth metacarpal and the proximal phalanx of the index finger, respectively, were affected in two patients aged 47 and 67 years, who, without previous known lesions, came to consultation on the appearance of pain and progressive local(More)
Femoral revision surgery involves the placement of a stable stem and the regeneration of the damaged bone structure. We retrospectively reviewed 36 cases of femoral revision surgery in which an extensively hydroxyapatite-coated porous stem was implanted with a five-year minimum follow-up. Nine of the cases had type I defects, 12 had type II defects, six had(More)
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