Retrosternal parathyroid adenomas manifesting in the form of a giant-cell "tumor" of the mandible.


The clinical features of primary hyperparathyroidism have been discussed. A case has been reported which presented many of the classic signs of the disease, including renal stones, duodenal ulcer, muscle weakness, and a swelling in the jaw. The problems of diagnosis and localization of adenoma have been discussed, and reference has been made to new… (More)


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