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Osseous hydatid disease is an infrequent entity that represents 0.5-2.5% of all hydatidoses. The vertebrae are the most commonly affected bones (50%), followed by the pelvis (25%) and the long bones (15-25%). The clinical manifestations appear when there is large scale osseous destruction or complications, which is why the diagnosis is generally made in(More)
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