Figure 1. This boy had a very advanced osteosarcoma of the distal humerus. He was an avid piano player and could not accept an amputation. We were able to salvage his limb with a prosthesis and a flap and muscle transfer subsequently.

Figure 2. This patient had a Ewing's sarcoma of the distal elbow. Chemoresponse was good and the bone was well-preserved. This permitted us to use the technique of recycling cryopreserved autogenous tumor-bearing bone to reconstruct the defect

Figure 3. This patient had a chondroid expansile lesion in the proximal radius which was excised with minimal functional embarassment.