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Failed Type II Pelvic Reconstruction


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36 yr old male. IIB Ewings sarcoma 2001 treated with chemo and RT. Tumor Recurred in 2006, treated with chemotherapy and APC acetabulum. Failed due to non union, revised in 2001, failed in 2010. No evidence of disease. Now with unstable painful hip. Developed spontaneous common femoral thrombosis.


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