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Clinical Study

Reconstructive Challenges of Proximal Ulnar Bone Tumors: Our Experience with Biological Osteoarticular Reconstruction Using Extracorporeal Irradiation and Reimplantation

Table 1

Patient demographics and outcomes.

PatientAgeSexDiagnosisDate of surgeryResection lengthJoint resectionFixationFollow-upROMOsteotomy junction (time to union)Joint status

114FEwing’s sarcomaJune 20168 cm from tip of olecranonComplete3.5 mm LC-DCP2 years 4 monthFullUnited (8 months)Normal
216MEwing’s sarcomaApril 2015IntercalaryPartial: 2/3rd articular surface resected3.5 mm precontoured locking plate3 years 6 monthsFullUnited (proximal: 6 months
Distal: 8 months)
321MEwing’s sarcomaJanuary 20166.5 cm from tip of olecranonComplete3.5 mm precontoured locking plate2 years 10 monthsFullUnited (9 months)Normal

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