Yasir Mehmood Shaukat

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Spontaneous bilateral compartment syndrome is a very rare condition but one which requires swift diagnosis and urgent surgical decompression by fasciotomies in order to achieve the best outcome. We present the case of a 31-year-old HIV-positive man. The case highlights the perils of being sidetracked by an atypical clinical history instead of acting on the(More)
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)
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