Pelvic osteosarcoma. Resection, reconstruction, local control, and survival statistics.

@article{Gradinger1991PelvicOR,
  title={Pelvic osteosarcoma. Resection, reconstruction, local control, and survival statistics.},
  author={Reiner Gradinger and Hans Rechl and Erwin Hipp},
  journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research},
  year={1991},
  volume={270},
  pages={
          149-58
        }
}
Nine patients with a malignant tumor in the periacetabular region of the pelvis were treated with a Type IIC resection and were reconstructed using a cementless, adaptable prosthetic system. In two patients, a new planning strategy was applied using three-dimensional reconstruction. There were two chondrosarcomas, three Ewing-sarcomas, two osteosarcomas, and two metastases of thyroid cancer. Excision was wide, marginal, and intralesional in three cases each. Ages ranged from eight to 68 years… CONTINUE READING
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