Impairment and disability following limb salvage procedures for bone sarcoma.

@article{Carty2009ImpairmentAD,
  title={Impairment and disability following limb salvage procedures for bone sarcoma.},
  author={Christopher P. Carty and Ian C. Dickinson and Mark C Watts and Ross Crawford and Peter Steadman},
  journal={The Knee},
  year={2009},
  volume={16 5},
  pages={405-8}
}
Bone sarcomas are the fourth most common cancer in individuals under 25 years. Limb salvage procedures are popular for the treatment of osteosarcomas as they have functional and physiological benefits over traditional amputative procedures. The objective of this study was to apply disease specific measures to a group of intra-articular knee osteosarcoma… CONTINUE READING