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We report an exceptional association of metacarpal and clavicular tuberculosis in a two-year-old child with SAFA2 sickle cell disease. We emphasize the role of imaging (X-ray and CT scan) in this work. The definitive diagnosis is confirmed by the pathological examination of biopsy samples. This location should be known in endemic tuberculosis areas.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jbspin.2016.01.003 297-319X/© 2016 Société franç aise de rhumatologie. Published by Elsevier Masson SAS. corticoid-medullary differentiation and pseudo-joint. The origin of this anomaly is not well established. During the first six weeks of embryogenesis, primary costal cartilage fusion defect of the first coccygeal vertebrae… (More)
We report four cases of uterine fistula found with the multidetector CT virtual hysterosalpingography. Patients were received for suspicious of a utero-peritoneal fistula at hysterosalpingography. They were young people at childbearing age (average age of 33 years), multigravidae, two of whom were nulliparous, one primiparous and one multiparous. We noted a… (More)