Osteosarcoma: Experience with the Rosen T10 protocol at RCH, Melbourne
The poor prognosis of children with osteosarcoma treated with amputation alone or with irradiation followed by amputation has been amply confirmed in the literature. In a retrospective survey in our institution carried out over the years 1965–1975, the 3-year survival rate was 5%.
KeywordsPreoperative Chemotherapy Histologic Response Primary Osteogenic Sarcoma Lower Urine Output Diagnosis Figure
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