Resektion von Knochentumoren im Kniegebiet und Rekonstruktion mit gekochtem Autotransplantat. Spätergebnisse

  • S. Sijbrandj
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Zusammenfassung

Für die Behandlung der (semi-)malignen Knochentumoren im Kniegebiet ist oft eine radikale, lokale Resektion indiziert, damit eine Amputation vermieden werden kann.

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