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Table 6 Oncological and surgical results of treatment of pelvic metastases in current literature

From: Oncological, surgical and functional results of the treatment of patients after hemipelvectomy due to metastases

Authors Number of patients Type of surgery Complications Mean follow-up (months) Local recurrence Survival
Ruggieri et al. 21 9 -curretage
12 en-bloc wide resection
3 - THR
1 - urinary fistula 28 30% 15% - 66 months
Yasko et al. 14 14 - en bloc resection and THR 1 -prosthesis dislocation 53 0 56% - 60 months
Nillson et al. 32 Intralesional and Harrington reconstruction 2 - bleeding, 2 - dislocations, 1 – infection range 0.5–106 0 40% - 11 months
Marco et al. 55 54 - protrusio cup with Harrington procedure
1 - hemipelvis prosthesis
14 - early complications, 5 - fixation failure 16 25% median - 9 months
Giurea et al. 43 37 intralesional resections, 6 wide resections 24%
50%
  19%
0
median − 13
median - 16
Guzik 34 9 - Lumic prostheses, 16 - Harrington procedure, 9 - no reconstruction 4 - infections, 2 - Lumic dislocations, 1 - implant loosening, 1 - nerve damage 25 18% 48.2% - 60 months