Yuki Yazawa

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A retrospective study of the surgical treatment of 166 metastatic lesions of the humerus and femur in 147 patients was performed. There were 106 women and 41 men whose average age was 62 years. Two-thirds of the patients were treated for complete fractures, while one-third were treated for impending fractures. Breast, lung, and kidney carcinoma accounted(More)
Operative treatments for bone metastases were performed in 7 patients with an advanced renal cell carcinoma. Spinal instrumentation using a Harrington's rod and Luque's wire was the method employed in 4 cases as the initial treatment. In one other case, an anterior fusion by an autologus bone transplantation was used, followed by a posterior fusion. In the(More)
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