When should orthopaedic treatment be prescribed to avoid the flattening of the rheumatoid foot?

@article{Bouysset1992WhenSO,
  title={When should orthopaedic treatment be prescribed to avoid the flattening of the rheumatoid foot?},
  author={Maurice Bouysset and Jacques Tebib and Eric No{\"e}l and François Eulry and M. Bonnin and Christian Nemoz and Monik Bouvier},
  journal={Clinical Rheumatology},
  year={1992},
  volume={11},
  pages={580-582}
}
Lytic bone lesions and hypercalcaemia are frequent in lymphoproliferative disorders, especially with multiple myeloma and lymphoma (1). However, lytic bone lesions and/or hypercalcaemia are exceptional in myeloproliferative disorders (2). We present a patient in whom the blast crisis of myeloid splenomegaly was associated with hypercalcaemia and destructive bone lesions. A 54-year-old woman with an 13-year history of myeloid splenomegaly, treated with hydroxyurea, was admitted to our departmen… CONTINUE READING

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