Muscle Reattachment — Especially the Gluteal Muscles — After Proximal Femoral Resection and Replacement by Tumor Prosthesis
The muscles inserting at the major trochanter (gluteal muscles, external rotators) are major abductors and extensors of the hip and have important functions for locomotion and stabilization against limping.
KeywordsLimb Salvage Gluteal Muscle Bone Allograft Stable Fixation Major Trochanter
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