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Year : 1996  |  Volume : 30  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 111-114

“Giant Cell Tumor Of Bone : Factors Predicting Recurrence”

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J. V Kaginalkar

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A total of 10 Giant Cell Tumors of long bones treated with resection and reconstruction, followed up for an average of eighteen months, were studied to indicate factors predicting recurrence. Out of 10, 8 tumors were classified clinico-radiologically as aggressive and non-aggressive. Out of 3 aggressive tumors, 2 recurred and none of the 5 non-aggressive tumors showed recurrence.

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