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Current Concepts of Treatment of Bone Tumors

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Abstract

Giant-cell tumor of bone is a locally aggressive neoplasm that presents a management dilemma. This tumor frequently occurs in proximity to major weight-bearing joints (see Chap. III). In most reported series of giant-cell tumor, almost half of the neoplasms involve the distal femur or proximal tibia. They frequently cause significant bone destruction, placing the joint at great risk for pathologic fracture. Because of the propensity of giant-cell tumors to involve subchondral bone, care must be taken to try to preserve the articular surface during surgical management (Fig. X.1).

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Bone Tumor Bloc Resection Limb Salvage Ewing Sarcoma Osteoarticular Allograft 
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