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Partial resection of distal humerus and reconstruction using autogenous iliac bone graft

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Seven patients with eccentrically placed tumours of the distal end of the humerus treated with partial resection and autogenous iliac bone grafting are reported. The functional results are discussed.

Résumé

Présentation de sept cas de tumeurs situées à l'extrémité distale de l'humérus et traitées par résection limitée et reconstruction par autogreffe lilaque. Discussion des résultats fonctionnels.

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Sudanese, A., Toni, A., Baldini, N. et al. Partial resection of distal humerus and reconstruction using autogenous iliac bone graft. International Orthopaedics 12, 115–118 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00266975

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Key words

  • Giant cell tumour
  • Distal humerus
  • Partial resection and bone grafting