Complications of endoprosthetic reconstruction

The major complications particular to endoprosthetic reconstruction of the limb following tumour resection include:

  • infection
  • aseptic loosening
  • dislocation
  • wear
  • implant fracture
These are in addition to other complications associated with major tumour resection, regardless of the kind of reconstruction, which include:
  • wound complications
  • thromboembolism
  • neurological injury
  • vascular injury
Local recurrence of tumour might be considered a failure of local therapy, rather than a complication.
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