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Table 2 Demography of patients with pelvic GCTs involving region III with partial acetabular extension in various studies

From: An acetabular-preserving procedure for pelvic giant cell tumor involving partial acetabulum

Study Location (number) Treatment (number) Complication (number) Recurrence Metastasis
Nishida et al. [16] IA (1) ILC + phenol + allograft Migration None None
Sanjay et al. [2] IA (3); PA (1) ILC + autograft Infection (2) 3 2
Matsumoto et al. [17] IA (1) ILC + cementation None None None
Marcove et al. [18] IPA (1); IA (1) ILC + cryosurgery + prosthesis (1); ILC + cryosurgery + radiation + cementation (1) Sciatic nerve palsy (1) None None
Balke et al. [5] IA (2); PA (2); IPA (2) ILC + cementation (3); ILC + cryosurgery + bone graft + radiation (1); ILC + hip transposition (1); sole radiation (1) Screw dislocation (2); femoral head necrosis (1); subluxation of femoral head (1) None None
Leggon et al. [4] IA (3) WR + iliofemoral arthrodesis None None None
Oda et al. [19] PA (1) WR + iliofemoral arthrodesis None None None
Osaka and Toriyama [7] IPA (1); IA (1) WR + iliofemoral arthrodesis (1); WR + THA (1) Opening of ilum (1); infection (1) None None
Mnaymneh and Mnaymneh [20] IPA (1) Wide amputation None None None
Current study IA (6); PA (1) WR + autograft + THA None 1 None
  1. IPA ischium + pubis + acetabulum, ILC intralesional curettage, WR wide resection