- Giant Cell Tumor of Bone
- Ewing's sarcoma: (diaphyseal region);
- Chondromyxoid fibroma
- Fibrous Dysplasia
- Eosinophilic granuloma
- Aneurysmal bone cyst
- Simple bone cyst
- Giant cell sarcoma
- Fibrous Histiocytoma
- Fibrosarcoma of bone;
- Osteoma: middle 1/3 (rare)
- reconstruction of the proximal tibia following tumor resection is associated w/ a high rate of complications;
- a major unsolved problem involves reattachment of the extensor mechanism;
- patellar tendon reattachment to a prosthesis is generally unsuccessful;
- w/ allografting of the proximal tibia, consider transfer of the extensor mechanism into the medial gastrocnemius, w/ postop immobilization in extension
The Treatment of Lower Extremity Sarcomas With Wide Excision, Radiotherapy, and Free-Flap Reconstruction.
Disarticulation of the knee in children. A functional assessment.
Prosthetic arthroplasty of the knee after resection of a sarcoma in the proximal end of the tibia. A report of sixteen cases.
Function after amputation, arthrodesis, or arthroplasty for tumors about the knee.
Reconstruction of musculoskeletal defects about the knee for tumor.
Limb-sparing surgery for high-grade malignant tumors of the proximal tibia. Surgical technique and a method of extensor mechanism reconstruction.
Modified Van Nes rotationplasty in the treatment of malignant neoplasms in the lower extremities of children.
Caveat arthroscopos: extra-articular lesions of bone simulating intra-articular pathology of the knee.
Osteoarticular Allografts for Reconstruction after Resection of a Musculoskeletal Tumor in the Proximal End of the Tibia.
Algorithm for the surgical treatment of malignant lesions of the proximal tibia.