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Michael Canales, John Gerhard, Erin Younce
UNLABELLED: Presented is a rare case of tibial and fibular osteomyelitis and a case of fibular periositis, both a direct consequence of a peculiar drug use technique. The osseous manifestations secondary to presentation of necrotic wounds with indurated rim and serous drainage with associated cellulitis, both resulting from "skin popping." Due to the complex treatment plan required, the importance of a motivated patient, a strong social support system, a controlled environment, and a multidisciplinary team cannot be overstated...
June 2015: Foot
Donald P Callan
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November 2002: Dental Implantology Update
M H Marandian, H Mortazavi, A Behvad, H Haghigat, M Lessani, B Youssefian
Bone scan with Technetium 99m is harmless method of evaluation of skeletal lesions. It is safe in pediatrics age group and it can be used in early diagnosis of infectious osteoarthritis. Bone scan differentiate osteomyelitis from cellulitis, and also it may help in diagnosis of subclinical involvement of rheumatoid arthritis, benign and malignant bone tumors, stress fractures and periositis. We report results of bone scan in 30 pediatric patients as follows: osteomyelitis 9 cases, cellulitis 4 cases, infectious arthritis 4 cases, tuberculous osteoarthritis 2 cases, rheumatoid arthritis 2 cases, and other different diseases 9 cases...
May 8, 1980: La Semaine des Hôpitaux: Organe Fondé Par L'Association D'enseignement Médical des Hôpitaux de Paris
R A Dickson, F H Kemp
A case of thorn-induced granuloma of bone is presented and discussed in relation to the previous eight cases reported. The condition affects the exposed areas, usually the hands, of children. It may be as long as nine months from the initial episode of injury or inflammation to presentation as pseudo-tumour. The radiographic appearance are those of a chronic granuloma with longitudinal cavitation and adjacent perioseal reaction and as such can be differentiated from Ewing's sarcoma, osteoid osteoma, tuberculosis dactylitis, benign osteoblastoma, and stress fracture...
February 1976: Hand
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