Adrian W Simons

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INTRODUCTION Giant cell tumors of the tendon sheath (GCTTS) are very common. More recently, a small number of case reports have identified the presence of multifocal GCTTS in the hand. These case reports have identified the presence of a maximum of two simultaneous lesions of a giant cell tumor affecting the same tendon sheath. We present an exceptionally(More)
INTRODUCTION We investigated if the introduction of digital radiography, with its software permitting enhancement of plain radiographs, improved inter- and intra-observer agreement in the Neer classification. METHODS Five observers participated in classifying 50 randomly selected radiographs with a confirmed proximal humeral fracture. The observers(More)
Phalangeal bone metastasis is rare. Breast cancer is known to metastasise to bone but rarely to fingers. This case presents the first site of breast cancer metastasis found on a single proximal phalanx causing pain and affecting hand function. For surgical symptomatic treatment the patient had a ray resection. Post-operatively the patient was pain free with(More)
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