17-FOREQUARTER AMPUTATION FOR RECURRENT EWING'S SARCOMA OF THE HUMERUS (CASE REPORT)
Basrah Journal of Surgery,
2009, Volume 15, Issue 2, Pages 97-99
AbstractA 27 year old male, known case of Ewing's Sarcoma of the right lower third humerus since July
2002, he was treated by combined therapy. After 3 years, he presented with pain, pathological
fracture of the upper end of the right humerus and soft tissue mass around the right shoulder.
Forequarter Amputation was done to him in October 2005. The presentation and management
of this patient is discussed.
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