Oncologic outcomes of pelvic bone sarcomas surgical
Despite the development and implementation of new regimens and methods of adjuvant therapy, one of the complex problems of modern oncology is the treatment of malignant tumours of the pelvic bones, which is reflected in low survival rates and a high percentage of postoperative complications. The article provides a review of the literature on the problem of diagnosis, pathology, and preoperative planning of intraoperative navigation with the definition of the resection zone in pelvic bone sarcomas. Due to the complex anatomical structure of the pelvis, as well as the rare occurrence of pelvic bone sarcomas, a single approach to the treatment of this category of patients has not been developed. The authors conducted a deep analysis of the effectiveness of various types of reconstructive operations from 4 types of pelvic bone resections, depending on the location of the tumour.
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