Acetabular osteoarticular allograft after Ewing's sarcoma resection.


Ewing's sarcoma of the pelvis traditionally has been a difficult problem in orthopaedic oncology. Multiple studies have had inferior outcomes when compared with outcomes of patients with similar stage disease involving only the extremities. A major reason for this discrepancy is the difficulty associated with resection and reconstruction of pelvic tumors… (More)


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