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Figure 5: (a) A 32-year-old male patient, diagnosed with angiosarcoma. Initial presentation, plain X-ray, and MRI images. Although the tumor created a soft-tissue defect, it invaded the bone cortex and caused edema in the bone medulla. (b) The patient underwent wide resection of soft and bone tissue. The resected bone tissue of the patient was autoclaved. (c) After resection, the bone defect was repaired with sliding fibula and autoclaved autogenous bone graft. Osteosynthesis was performed with a plate screw. Soft-tissue repair was achieved with medial gastrocnemius flap and split-thickness skin graft. MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging

Figure 5: (a) A 32-year-old male patient, diagnosed with angiosarcoma. Initial presentation, plain X-ray, and MRI images. Although the tumor created a soft-tissue defect, it invaded the bone cortex and caused edema in the bone medulla. (b) The patient underwent wide resection of soft and bone tissue. The resected bone tissue of the patient was autoclaved. (c) After resection, the bone defect was repaired with sliding fibula and autoclaved autogenous bone graft. Osteosynthesis was performed with a plate screw. Soft-tissue repair was achieved with medial gastrocnemius flap and split-thickness skin graft. MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging