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Fig. 2 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

Fig. 2

From: Non-vascularised fibula grafts for reconstruction of segmental and hemicortical bone defects following meta- /diaphyseal tumour resection at the extremities

Fig. 2

Preoperative imaging of a 28-year-old male patient with periosteal chondrosarcoma (G2) of the left proximal femur: conventional X-rays a STIR MRI sequence b e-Thrive MRI sequence with contrast agent c. Postoperative conventional antero-posterior d and latero-lateral e X-rays following wide resection and hemicortical reconstruction with two non-vascularised fibula struts. Complete integration of both struts and remodelling of the resected segment on conventional X-rays was observed 10 months after surgery f, g

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