Nonvascularized proximal fibular autograft to treat giant-cell tumor of the distal radius.


BACKGROUND The Distal end of the radius is the third most common site where giant-cell tumors occur. High recurrent rate was reported after curettage. To manage such aggressive tumors, wide resection is the best treatment and nonvascularized proximal fibular autograft has been widely used for reconstruction. METHODS Eight patients were treated here with… (More)