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  • [Hemipelvectomy for pelvic sarcomas]. [Review]
    Orthopade 2019; 48(9):760-767Guder WK, Hardes J, … Streitbürger A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pelvic tumor resection with clear margins is the most important known positive predictive local factor affecting overall outcomes, in addition to uncontrollable factors such as grading and tumor size. Defect reconstruction depends on multiple factors such as patient age and adjuvant therapy. The stage of the disease has the greatest impact on overall survival rates and should be considered when contemplating pelvic tumor resections in sarcoma patients.
  • Survived traumatic hemipelvectomy with salvage of the limb in a 14 months old toddler. [Case Reports]
    Trauma Case Rep 2019; 22:100220Jansen H, Heintel TM, … Frey SP
  • We report on a 14 months old toddler who sustained a traumatic hemipelvectomy by being crushed between a car and a stone wall. After stabilization in the resuscitation room he was treated operatively by laparotomy, osteosynthesis of the pelvic ring, reconstruction of the both external iliac vessels and the urethra and reposition of the testicles. After 66 days he was discharged into rehabilitatio…
  • Temporary External Fixation Can Stabilize Hip Transposition Arthroplasty After Resection of Malignant Periacetabular Bone Tumors. [Journal Article]
    Clin Orthop Relat Res 2019; 477(8):1892-1901Kunisada T, Fujiwara T, … Ozaki T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Hip transposition with temporary external fixation can stabilize the bone soft tissue after pelvic resection. Although we did not have a comparison group of patients, we believe that external fixation facilitates early postoperative physiotherapy and rehabilitation and provides good functional results without major surgical complications. Because it delays the resumption of chemotherapy, more patients with longer followup are needed to determine whether this will be associated with poorer oncologic results.
  • [Fillet flap used for reconstruction after hemipelvectomy and amputation of a lower extremity]. [Journal Article]
    Ugeskr Laeger 2019; 181(11)Lauritzen E, Ibrahim RM, … Gámiz RC
  • In this case report, a 67-year-old woman presented with increasing pain in the left side of the thigh and pelvis. A PET scan revealed a large malignant tumour in the left side of the pelvis and proximal left femur, and an ultrasound-guided biopsy diagnosed an undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma. Combined orthopaedic and plastic surgery resulted in a left-sided hemipelvectomy and amputation of th…
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