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Journal of the Korean Society for Surgery of the Hand 2002;7(1):74-76.
Published online January 1, 2002.
Recurrent Giant Cell Tumor of the Proximal Phalanx – A Case Report –
Kwang-suk Lee, Kwang-Jun Oh, Seung-yong Wang, In-Seok Mun
근위 지골에 발생한 재발성 거대 세포종 - 증례 보고-
이광석, 오광준, 왕승용, 문인석
Giant cell tumor of phalanges is rare, compared to other sites such as epiphysis of long tubular bone. We have experienced a recurrent case of aggressive giant cell tumor to be occurred in that developed on second proximal phalnax of index finger and treated by curretage and bone graft. So we performed amputation at the base of second metacarpal bone and reported the clinical, radiogarphic and pathologic findings of the case.

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