Gururaj Murgod

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Ewing's sarcoma is the second most common malignant primary bone tumor of childhood and adolescence affecting mainly the diaphysis of long bones and flat bones. This tumor is extraordinarily rare in small bones of the hand and presents as a swelling with atypical radiological features of cystic and lytic lesion with scant periosteal reaction. The common(More)
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