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Andrea Angelini, Nicolò Mosele, Elisa Pagliarini, and Pietro Ruggieri

can arise spontaneously or be caused by pathologic fractures that can be either atraumatic or following minor trauma. If the disease affects long bones, it can result in bone deformity and limb shortening. If it affects the lower limbs, walking and

Marc Beirer, Chlodwig Kirchhoff, and Peter Biberthaler

. Patient-related (gender, age and American Society of Anesthesiologists score), trauma-related (operated side, date and time of fluoroscopy, trauma mechanism, neuro-vascular status, pathological fracture) and surgery-related data (type of procedure, type of

G. Ulrich Exner, Michael O. Kurrer, Nadja Mamisch-Saupe, and Stephen R. Cannon

infiltration of the periosteum at the biopsy site is necessary to achieve adequate analgesia and this carries a theoretical risk of spread of the tumour. In children and in cases associated with pathological fracture, a local anaesthetic is unlikely to be

Di Zhao, Ling-feng Zeng, Gui-hong Liang, Jian-ke Pan, Ming-hui Luo, Yan-hong Han, Jun Liu, and Wei-yi Yang

the incidence of RPOA and excluded predetermined imaging evidence of specific bone or joint safety (such as RPOA, atrophic OA, subchondral insufficiency fracture, primary osteonecrosis, or pathologic fracture). However, the final result of this study