Mamun Al Rashid

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BACKGROUND. Tumoral calcinosis is a poorly understood phenomenon. It can be described as a syndrome of calcium deposits principally affecting the juxta-articular areas. It is a rare entity that has been poorly understood. Our aim is to highlight a special and unusual case of an 11-year-old with a large, relatively painless lump in her buttock. CLINICAL(More)
Triquetral fractures are the second most common carpal fractures. Triquetral body fractures are the less common type of triquetral fractures but they can be missed on plain radiographs and a non-union can be associated with considerable morbidity and reduction in functional activities. We report a unique case of displaced isolated triquetral body fracture(More)
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