hemipelvectomy


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hem·i·pel·vec·to·my

(hem'ē-pel-vek'tŏ-mē),
Amputation of an entire lower extremity together with a portion of the ipsilateral pelvis.
[hemi- + L. pelvis, basin (pelvis), + G. ektomē, excision]

hemipelvectomy

(hĕm′ĭ-pĕl-vĕk′tə-mē)
n.
Amputation of an entire leg together with one lateral half of the pelvis on the same side.

hemipelvectomy

Surgical oncology A form of 'heroic' surgery in which an entire lower extremity including the hemipelvis with disarticulation of the sacroiliac joint and symphysis pubis, and removal of all major muscles to the lower extremity except the iliopsoas; hemipelvectomy is required for large malignant soft tissue tumors of the buttock and anterior or lateral proximal thigh. See Forequarter amputation, Hindquarter amputation.

hem·i·pel·vec·to·my

(hem'ē-pel-vek'tŏ-mē)
Amputation of an entire leg together with the os coxae.
Synonym(s): interpelviabdominal amputation, Jaboulay amputation.
[hemi- + L. pelvis, basin (pelvis), + G. ektomē, excision]

Jaboulay,

Mathieu, French surgeon, 1860-1913.
Jaboulay amputation - amputation of an entire leg together with the os coxae. Synonym(s): hemipelvectomy
Jaboulay button
Jaboulay method - anastomosis of arteries by splitting the cut ends a short distance, suturing the flaps together, and applying intima to intima. Synonym(s): broad marginal confrontation method
Jaboulay pyloroplasty - a side-to-side gastroduodenostomy.
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In our practice, for massive resections, we prefer internal hemipelvectomy with prosthetic reconstruction and metal and cement augmentation.
Local recurrence developed 14 months after the primary surgery, at which point resection of the recurrent tumor and an external hemipelvectomy with an anterior flap were performed.
Ablation of the affected lower limb was a standard procedure in the past, but, as medicine advanced, limb-sparing procedures such as the internal hemipelvectomy have become popular [2].
Due to this and other surgical considerations, the external hemipelvectomy remained the standard for surgical therapy for large acetabular tumors until the 1970s.
O'Shea was suffering from Ewing's Sarcoma, a bone cancer, and a portion of her pelvic bone was removed in a procedure called a hemipelvectomy, of which the incredible flexibility is a side effect.
Extended hemipelvectomy in a Jehovah's Witness with erythropoietin support.
When comparing the margins of excision between hemipelvectomy and limb salvage procedures there was no statistical difference between the two surgical interventions [10].
An external hemipelvectomy (HP) is defined as the surgical removal of the entire lower extremity through the sacroiliac and the pubic joints.
One patient died during surgery from complications relating to massive blood lost 14 had wound infections and one had an acute brain syndrome There was significant utilisation of resources involving anaesthesia, surgery, intensive care and blood transfusion services Anaesthesia for hemipelvectomy is challenging because of the extensive tissue trauma involved, the potential for massive blood loss and the potential for severe postoperative pain.
Her disseminated spread of coccidioidomycosis necessitated partial internal hemipelvectomy, and irrigation and debridement of the right tibia and knee joint.