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Table 2 Details of 10 patients with postoperative fracture

From: Risk factors of fracture following curettage for bone giant cell tumors of the extremities

Case Sex Age Site Campanacci classification Pathological fracture at presentation Denosumab administration Previous surgery Surgery Local adjuvant therapy Time to fracture (months) Treatment for postoperative fracture Local recurrence Follow-up period (months)
1 M 29 Distal femur Stage II No No No PMMA bone cement alone Phenol 4 Resection and reconstruction with a hemicortical bone allograft No 76
2 F 21 Distal femur Stage II No No No PMMA bone cement alone Phenol 15 Cement removal, filling of allografts bone chips, and osteosynthesis with a plate No 80
3 M 61 Distal femur Stage II Yes No No PMMA bone cement alone Phenol 1 Osteosynthesis with a plate No 57
4 F 32 Proximal tibia Stage II No No Yes PMMA bone cement alone Phenol 42 A screw fixation for a detachment fracture of tibial tuberosity No 99
5 F 29 Distal femur Stage II No No No PMMA bone cement alone Phenol 6 Resection and reconstruction with a prosthesis No 74
6 F 29 Distal femur Stage II No No No PMMA bone cement alone Phenol 2 Cement removal, filling of allografts bone chips, and osteosynthesis with a plate No 25
7 M 29 Distal femur Stage II No No No PMMA bone cement alone None 6 Resection and reconstruction with a hemicortical bone allograft No 93
8 M 35 Distal femur Stage III No No No PMMA bone cement and allograft bone grafting Phenol 3 Resection and reconstruction with a prosthesis No 51
9 F 67 Distal femur Stage II Yes Yes No PMMA bone cement alone None 3 Radiofrequency ablation and percutaneous cementation for local recurrence and fracture Yes 40
10 F 30 Distal femur Stage II No No No PMMA bone cement alone Cryosurgery 1 Osteosynthesis with a plate No 44
  1. M Male, F Female, PMMA Polymethylmethacrylate