Silastic replacement of metacarpal after resection of giant cell tumour. A case report.


Giant cell tumours are aggressive lesions, albeit benign. Lesions in the hand, especially those arising from metacarpals require resection with adequate margins and definitive structural reconstructions to ensure preservation of hand architecture, function and cosmesis. Almost all the described reconstructive procedures require a stump of tumour free… (More)


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