Mohammed Kharmaz

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Bilateral anterior dislocation of the shoulders is very rare. A 20-year-old man presented with bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation as a result of a diving incident. He complained of pain and restriction of movement in both shoulders with abducted and externally rotated arms. Radiographs revealed that the shoulders were dislocated. The patient was(More)
Tuberculous sacroiliitis with no local abscesses or tuberculosis at other sites occurred in four patients, three men and one woman with a mean age of 42 years. Slow progression characterized this uncommon variant of joint tuberculosis. Two patients reported contact with family members known to have tuberculosis. Mean time from symptom onset to presentation(More)
We report a rare case of 50-year-old Moroccan woman with local recurrence of a subcutaneous hydatid cyst in proximity to the medial surface of the tibia and another cyst at the tibialis posterior muscle in the absence of liver, lung und spleen involvement. The first surgery was done in another hospital three years ago; no adjuvant treatment was performed(More)