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Fig. 3 | Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research

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From: Do reverse total shoulder replacements have better clinical and functional outcomes than hemiarthroplasty for patients undergoing proximal humeral tumor resection using devitalized autograft composite reconstruction: a case-control study

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Case 2 (a, b) Preoperative AP X-ray and MRI indicate an osteogenic lesion and the pathological fracture in the left caput humeri. (c) Surgically inactivated isolated autogenous graft. (d) Postoperative AP X-ray. (e, f1-4) Six months later, the postoperative X-ray image and functional follow-up indicated stable joint function and alignment

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