Autogenous bone marrow graft to non-ossifying fibroma with a pathologic fracture


Non-ossifying fibroma with a pathological fracture of the radius in a 10-year-old girl was successfully treated by curettage and autogenous bone marrow graft. The lesion was completely replaced by normal bone at 1 year after the operation. Autogenous bone-marrow graft was considered to be a useful method for the treatment of non-ossifying fibroma with… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s004029900100



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