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From: Inactivated autograft–prosthesis composite have a role for grade III giant cell tumor of bone around the knee

Figure 2

A patient with postoperative recurrence of GCT in right proximal tibia (Case 6). a Preoperative CT image showed the diameter of GCT lesion with soft tissue mass was over 1/2 on CT transversal image, b Extracortical grafting and medial gastrocnemius muscle flap transfer should be noted during operation, c Destruction of bone was shown on preoperative X-ray image, d After one week, good position of autograft-prosthesis composite was shown, e Bone callus was obvious 6 weeks after operation, f Osteotomy line dismissed and bone healing was found after 1 year. g After 3 years, the autograft-composite was in good position. MSTS score was 29 and ISOLS score was 35.

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