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OBJECTIVE To identify the clinical features of patients with giant cell tumors (GCT) of long bones in extremities presented with pathological fracture (PF), and discuss the surgical strategy with retrospective analysis and literature review. METHODS We searched medical electronic records from January 1999 to December 2011 in our hospital to identify(More)
Bone metastases typically present with destruction of multiple bones and have a high incidence rate in middleaged to elderly patients with a male-to-female ratio of 3:1. Spine, pelvis and the metaphyses of long bones are common locations. Frequent clinical manifestations include: (i) pain (50%–90%); (ii) pathological fracture (5%–40%); (iii) hypercalcemia(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the independent prognostic factors of primary synovial sarcoma. METHODS The clinical data of 52 patients followed up from 66 patients with synovial sarcoma treated between September 1997 and September 2008 was analyzed retrospectively. There were 28 male and 24 female patients aged from 11 to 71 years old. Three and five-year(More)
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