Reconstruction of the Tibia by Dual Grafting: Report of Three Cases
In the past 20 years we have gained a fair amount of experience with a limb-saving surgical approach for posttraumatic bone defects in the lower leg . This experience has been extended to the reconstruction oflarge defects ofthe tibia after resection for malignant tumors.
KeywordsImmobilization Sarcoma Osteosarcoma Adamantinoma
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