William G Totty

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We report a 32-year-old man and his 59-year-old mother with a unique and extensive variant of Camurati-Engelmann disease (CED) featuring histopathological changes of osteomalacia and alterations within TGFβ1 and TNFSF11 encoding TGFβ1 and RANKL, respectively. He suffered leg pain and weakness since childhood and reportedly grew until his late 20s, reaching(More)
A new computer method has been developed that allows the reprocessing of standard CT scans to produce three dimensional surface images. The process requires only standard CT scanner hardware, and reconstruction time is comparable to that of sagittal and coronal reconstruction. Case reports illustrate the uniqueness of the perspective provided by this(More)
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