Odion Binitie

Learn More
Background. Little is known about how cumulative chemotherapy delivery influences the poorer outcome observed in young adult (YA, 18-40 years) versus pediatric (<18 years) osteosarcoma patients. Here, we retrospectively examined differences in presentation, therapy, including cumulative chemotherapy dose, and outcome in YA and pediatric patients. Methods.(More)
STUDY DESIGN Surgical technique article with retrospective case series. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Sacral insufficiency fractures are commonly encountered in oncologic patients and constitute a cause for persistent lower back and pelvic pain. OBJECTIVE The aim of this study is to describe the modified technique of navigated percutaneous sacroiliac (SI)(More)
Case. A right-handed 8-year-old female patient presented with a conventional, high-grade osteosarcoma involving her right humerus; through-shoulder amputation was recommended. After consultation, total humerus resection with expandable, total humeral endoprosthesis reconstruction was performed with a sleeve to encourage soft-tissue ingrowth. At three-year(More)
  • 1