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Clinical Study

Distal Femur Allograft Prosthetic Composite Reconstruction for Short Proximal Femur Segments following Tumor Resection

Table 1


PatientAgeDiagnosisTypeExpandableResidual femurUnionFollowupComplications

112OGSPrimaryYes14 cm29 mos31 months, deathDeath
215OGSPrimary
Revision
Revision
Revision
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
20 cm
16 cm
17 cm
17 cm
No
12 mos
? mos
21 mos
133 months, lostNonunion
Broken stem
Stem perforation
Bone graft
325OGSRevisionNo17 cm29 mos177 months, lostBone graft/plating X2
48OGSPrimaryYes10 cm26 mos78 months, lostBone graft, stem loosening ? infection
58OGSPrimary
Revision
Yes
Yes
7 cm
7 cm
No
No
118 months, currentNonunion
Nonunion, infection, amp
69OGSPrimaryYes10 cmNo31 months, deathNonunion, death
79OGSRevisionNo
No
17 cm
17 cm
No
12 mos
168 months, currentFracture, nonunion
None
87OGSPrimaryYes11 cm22 mos83 months, currentFungal infection
931OGSRevisionNo13 cm21 mos81 months, currentNone
1056CHSAPrimaryNo10 cm28 mos55 months, currentBone graft
1135GCTRevisionNo11 cm10 mos60 months, currentNone
128OGSPrimaryYes10 cm4 mos52 months, currentTibia fracture

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