Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

One-stage replacement of metacarpal bone due to osteoblastoma lesion

Year: 2020, volume 16 Issue: №1 Pages: 60-63
Heading: Surgery Article type: Case report
Authors: Khodzhamuradov G.M., Khuseynov Z.Kh., Ismoilov M.M., Saidov M.S., Shaimonov A.Kh., Sharipov G.N.
Organization: Republican Scientific Center of Cardiovascular Surgery (Dushanbe, Republic of Tajikistan)

The presented clinical case demonstrates the advantages of one-stage replacement of the metacarpal defect (in osteoblastoclastoma) with the involvement of the distal articular head with the help of bone-articular avascular auto-transplant of the third metatarsal bone. The use of bone-articular avascular graft of the third metatarsal bone allowed almost perfectly compensate for the defect of the metacarpal bone. Optimal functional and aesthetic results with complete restoration of the lost anatomy were obtained. The duration of the operation was 1 hour 45 minutes. There were no complications in the immediate postoperative period.

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