Through the use of prostheses which, however, are contraindicated for benign tumors or in young patients
Through the use of donor transplants which, however, can create problems of histocompatibility, delays in consolidation, infection, and serious fractures
Through the use of autografts (the most frequently used method), which, however, produce a weakening in the limb at the donor site, increase the risk of infection at the reconstruction site, lengthen surgical times, and, by their very nature limit bone stock availability.
KeywordsBone Tissue Bone Defect Giant Cell Tumor Tricalcium Phosphate Villonodular Synovitis
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