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Apollo Hospitals, Chennai successfully performed a rare and complicated surgery to remove a recurrent Bone tumour

Posted by Apollo Hospitals | 11 Jan,2019

Surgeons at Apollo Hospitals, Chennai performed a rare surgery for removing a cricket ball sized Desmoplastic Fibroma tumor from a 19-year-old patient’s ankle from Bangladesh. Instead of amputating the leg, the team comprising orthopedic, vascular and plastic surgeons saved the limb.

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11 Jan,2019
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