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Recurrence of Giant cell tumor of the tendon sheath (GCTTS) is an unresolved issue, though it is a non malignant condition. The authors operated on fourteen cases of GCTTS, after fine needle aspiration cytology confirmation and using a magnifying loupe for complete excision of the lesion including the satellite nodules. In only one case recurrence was noted(More)
Children are susceptible to various injuries, including insect bites, and scorpion bites are common in the lower extremity of children in Middle East countries. In most cases, the sting will produce just a local reaction; however, serious complications that can result in death have occurred. In this case report, we describe a case of osteomyelitis of the(More)
Tenosynovitis of the first dorsal compartment of the wrist, commonly known as de Quervain disease, is most of the time amenable to conservative treatment in form of splinting and injection of steroids into the compartment. Resistant cases need surgical release of the compartment but with high incidence of incomplete release owing to tendon anomalies and(More)
Radiological changes have been described in de Quervain's disease of the wrist. The author analyzed the clinical data of 114 patients who reported to the orthopedic clinic of a Regional Referral Hospital for a period of 4 years [2003 to 2007]. Radiographs of the wrist were available for 39 cases, of which 14 [35.89%] were found abnormal. Two patients with(More)
INTRODUCTION Isolated dislocations of the trapezio metacarpal joint without associated fracture has been reported very rarely in the literature. There are reports of associated injuries like fracture of the trapezium, dislocation of the metacarpophalangeal joint and fractures of the base of the thumb metacarpal. CASE REPORT Authors report a case of(More)
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