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Extensive osteoarticular allografts have been used for knee reconstruction, but because of their composite nature and the technical difficulty of the procedure, complication and failure rates have been high. There are few records of long-term results in the literature. In this report, a 19-year-old man with a large aggressive giant cell tumour of the left(More)
A 54-year-old man, a restaurant waiter, was seen at the orthopedic clinic for a history of pain in his left thumb resulting from a relatively minor trauma sustained at work in September 1990. Past medical history was noncontributory. A radiograph of the left thumb (Fig. 1) was normal. Physical examination revealed mild tenderness around the interphalangeal(More)
The authors report the results of a histological and ultrastructure study of a case of a protuberant dermatofibrosarcoma evolving for the last 25 years with 27 relapses. Histologically the tumour is dermic, non-encapsulated, invading the hypodermis right from the beginning and mainly made up of fusiform cells which often have a storiform appearance and(More)
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