Limb salvage surgery for locally aggressive and malignant bone tumors.

Abstract

Since 1983, 77 patients have had limb salvage surgery for locally aggressive or malignant bone tumor of the limbs or pelvis. Twenty-nine patients had locally aggressive lesions with giant cell tumors the most prevalent, and 48 patients had malignant lesions, of which osteosarcomas predominated. Resection with a wide margin could be achieved in most of the… (More)

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