Tumors of the Distal Femur
- Nonossifying fibroma
- Giant Cell Tumor of Bone
- Ewing's sarcoma:
- Chondromyxoid fibroma
- Eosinophilic granuloma
- Aneurysmal bone cyst
- Giant cell sarcoma
- Fibrous Histiocytoma
- Fibrosarcoma of bone
- Desmoplastic fibroma
- Gaucher's Disease
The Treatment of Lower Extremity Sarcomas With Wide Excision, Radiotherapy, and Free-Flap Reconstruction.
Functional performance after tibial rotationplasty.
Disarticulation of the knee in children. A functional assessment.
The Van Nes tibial rotationplasty. A functionally viable reconstructive procedure in children who have a tumor of the distal end of the femur.
Function after amputation, arthrodesis, or arthroplasty for tumors about the knee.
Reconstruction of musculoskeletal defects about the knee for tumor.
Modification of the skin incision for the Van Nes limb rotationplasty.
Total femoral replacement.
Knee disarticulation with intercondylar patellofemoral arthrodesis. An improved technique.
Metastatic bone disease. A study of the surgical treatment of 166 pathologic humeral and femoral fractures.
Treatment of pathologic fractures of the distal femur with the Zickel supracondylar nail.
The effect of quadriceps excision on functional results after distal femoral resection and prosthetic replacement of bone tumors.
Modified Van Nes rotationplasty in the treatment of malignant neoplasms in the lower extremities of children.
Treatment of manifest and impending pathologic fractures of the femoral neck by cemented hemiarthroplasty.
Fractures following limb-salvage surgery and adjuvant irradiation for soft-tissue sarcoma.
Caveat arthroscopos: extra-articular lesions of bone simulating intra-articular pathology of the knee.
Developmental defects of the distal femoral metaphysis.
Soft-tissue management with prosthetic replacement for sarcomas around the knee.
Segmental total knee arthroplasty after distal femoral resection for tumor.
The role of microvascular surgery in limb-sparing procedures for malignant tumors of the knee.
Resection-arthrodesis for malignant and potentially malignant lesions about the knee using an intramedullary rod and local bone grafts.
Symptomatic cortical irregularities of the distal femur simulating malignancy.
Original Text by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD.
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