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|Title:||Salvage treatment for sarcomas of the hand|
|Citation:||Annals of Plastic Surgery. Vol.40, No.6 (1998), 637-640|
|Abstract:||We report 6 patients (1 male and 5 females; age range, 13-77 years) with hand sarcoma. The lesions were located between the digits and the distal end of the radius. A painless mass was the common manifestation in these patients. An incisional biopsy was performed on every patient, and histology revealed two low-grade malignant sarcomas and four high-grade malignancies. A surgical salvage procedure was performed. The 4 patients with high-grade malignancy underwent adjuvant therapy such as radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy. Four patients are still alive and exhibit acceptable function in the affected hand. Our surgical procedure is presented.|
|Appears in Collections:||Scopus 1991-2000|
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