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Case Report

Delayed Reconstruction by Total Calcaneal Allograft following Calcanectomy: Is It an Option?

Table 1

Review of the literature of the different options of reconstruction following calcanectomy.

AuthorsDateNCSurgeryCharacteristicsMSTS (%)AOFASFU (y)

Imanishi and Choong [9]20151Calcaneal prosthesisNo tumor recurrence/820.4
Li and Wang [5]20145-4Allograft + pediculated composite fibular flap versus amputationNo local tumor recurrence74–83/3.5
Li et al. [2]20124Allograft + pediculated composite fibular flap2 local repeated surgeries
No tumor recurrence
9380–952
Li et al. [6]20105Pediculated composite fibular flap2 local repeated surgeries
No tumor recurrence
9380–954.2
Scoccianti et al. [7]20092Free composite iliac flap1 fracture
No tumor recurrence
//7.1
Kurvin et al. [8]20081Free composite iliac flap///2.6
Chou and Malawer [10]20071Calcaneal prosthesisNo tumor recurrence/6712
Muscolo et al. [4]
Ottolenghi and Petracchi [3]
20002Calcaneal autograft + iliac autograft1 osteonecrosis//9–32

NC: number of cases; MSTS: Musculoskeletal Tumor Society; AOFAS: American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society; FU: follow-up; y: years.

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