The Importance of Allograft with Patellar Tendon in Prosthetic Reconstruction of the Upper Tibia after en bloc Resection for Bone Tumors
The proximal tibia is the third most common site for bone sarcomas and represents 12% of the tumors in our series of limb salvage.
KeywordsPatellar Tendon Proximal Tibia Tibial Component Limb Salvage Deep Infection
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