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Soft tissue sarcomas may be treated with limb-sparing procedures in the majority of cases; however, certain cases involving significant tumor spread and fungation may call for amputation. In the thigh, hip disarticulation typically involves a pedicled gluteus maximus flap or a pedicled anterior quadriceps flap. In this case report, we describe a rare situation in which the anterior flap, posterior flap, and adductor flap musculature were contaminated with tumor; therefore, a hip disarticulationdoi:10.1177/2309499020902539 pmid:32124672 fatcat:kuelvtfcmbfctp4ei6pzk3pzmy