Arthrodeses After Malignant Bone Tumor Resection in Children
In the treatment of malignant bone tumors, the indication for limb salvage has become more common in the past 10 years, also in younger patients.
KeywordsDistal Femur Proximal Tibia Limb Salvage Ankle Arthrodesis Knee Arthrodesis
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