Percutaneous Radiofrequency Coagulation of Osteoid Osteoma Compared with Operative Treatment*

@article{Rosenthal1998PercutaneousRC,
  title={Percutaneous Radiofrequency Coagulation of Osteoid Osteoma Compared with Operative Treatment*},
  author={Daniel I. Rosenthal and Francis Hornicek and Michael W. Wolfe and L. C. Jennings and Mark C. Gebhardt and Henry J. Mankin},
  journal={The Journal of Bone \& Joint Surgery},
  year={1998},
  volume={80},
  pages={815–21}
}
Osteoid osteoma, a benign bone tumor, has traditionally been treated with operative excision. A recently developed method for percutaneous ablation of the tumor has been proposed as an alternative to operative treatment. The relative outcomes of the two approaches to treatment have not previously been compared, to our knowledge. The rates of recurrence and of persistent symptoms were compared in a consecutive series of eighty-seven patients who were managed with operative excision and thirty… 
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