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Fig. 2A–D

Fig. 2A–D. From: Physeal Distraction for Joint Preservation in Malignant Metaphyseal Bone Tumors in Children.

(A) An MR image shows the tumor at diagnosis. (B) An AP radiograph shows separation of the physis 12 days after application of the external fixator. Rupture occurred into the tumor-bearing metaphysis (arrow). (C) A CT scan reconstruction confirms rupture into the tumor (arrow) 15 days after application of the external fixator. (D) An AP radiograph shows fusion of the reconstruction 13 months after the intervention.

Michael Betz, et al. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2012 June;470(6):1749-1754.
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Fig. 1A–F

Fig. 1A–F. From: Physeal Distraction for Joint Preservation in Malignant Metaphyseal Bone Tumors in Children.

(A) A preoperative MR image shows the tumor not reaching the physis. AP radiographs show (B) the situation after application of the external fixator, (C) separation of the epiphysis from the metaphysis, (D) the situation 1 day after tumor resection and reconstruction of the defect with a microvascularized fibula graft, and (E) a short upper arm (−4 cm) at the 8-year followup. (F) Free shoulder function was seen at the 8-year followup.

Michael Betz, et al. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2012 June;470(6):1749-1754.

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