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Hand recontruction

B M Persson, A Rydholm
Compartmental muscular resections without open biopsy is a common procedure for soft tissue tumours suspected of malignancy. In bone tumours, where the diagnosis is supposed to be sarcoma, an excisional biopsy is seldom possible without severe recontructive problems and it may be unnecessarily mutilating should the tumour be benign. For the fibula, the clavicula, metatarsal and metacarpal bones, the distal third of ulna and the proximal third of radius, however, excisional biopsy as the primary procedure should be taken into account...
June 29, 1979: Archives of Orthopaedic and Traumatic Surgery. Archiv Für Orthopädische und Unfall-Chirurgie
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