pelvic tumor surgery

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  • Outcomes after Sacroiliac Resection for Pelvic Malignancy Rochester, MN

    The purpose of this study is to gather clinical data to allow for comparisons in operative time, surgical technique, blood loss, level of resection, type of reconstruction, healing (based upon clinical report and imaging studies), transfusion requirements, complications, return to the operating room, and margins. There are other important data available that will also be recorded in order to draw comparisons to prior studies (Beadle, CORR 2005):  length of hospitalization, disposition at discharge, histology and grade of tumor, local recurrences, overall survival, duration of follow up, surgeon reported outcomes (MSTS 1987), chemotherapy regimen, radiation regimen, subsequent non-orthopedic oncologic surgeries.

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