Microgeodic disease affecting the hands and feet of children.


Twenty cases of microgeodic disease affecting the hands or feet of children are presented, and the relevant literature is reviewed. Clinical features include chilblain-like appearance and tenderness of the involved digits. Radiographically patchy osteoporosis of the diaphysis and/or sclerosis of the diaphysis and rarefaction of the metaphysis with cortical… (More)


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