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“Dry Arthroscopy” is a Valuable Tool in the Excisional Curettage of Chondroblastoma: A Case Series

Learning Point of the Article: “Dry arthroscopy” can be an effective intraoperative technique in the excision of chondroblastomas due to the improved visualization and decreased invasiveness of the approach when compared to standard local excision and curettage techniques. Case Series | Volume 11 | Issue 1 | JOCR January 2021 | Page  82-86 | Alec S Kellish, Mahir Qureshi, Andrew Mostello, Tae Won Kim, Christina J Gutowski ....

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A Case Report of Giant Cell Tumor in the Thumb Distal Phalanx

Learning Point of the Article: Giant cell tumor of the phalanges is relatively rare; however, it is important to consider, particularly in patients presenting with persistent, localized pain, and swelling and no recent history of trauma as the implications of a delayed or missed diagnosis of giant cell tumor, especially of the thumb distal phalanx can be extremely debilitating. Case Report | Volume 10 | Issue 8 | JOCR November 2020...

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A Destructive Tumor of the Proximal Tibia and Fibula: A Case Report Highlighting Challenging Diagnosis and Treatment of a Locally Advanced, Non-recurrent Chondroblastoma in 16 Years Old Patient

Learning Point of the Article: This is the fifth known case of a locally aggressive, nonrecurrent primary long bone chondroblastoma requiring ambputation, demonstrating the need for early detection, proper diagnosis and follow-up in treating these rare tumors. Case Report | Volume 10 | Issue 7 | JOCR October 2020 | Page  63-67 | Jonathan Acosta, Jon E. Hammarstedt, Lisa B. Ercolano, Alan Slipak, Gage Trott, Mark J. Sangimin. DOI:...

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A Destructive Tumor of the Proximal Tibia and Fibula: A Case Report Highlighting Challenging Diagnosis and Treatment of a Locally Advanced, Nonrecurrent Chondroblastoma in a 16 year-old

Learning Point of the Article: This is the fifth known case of a locally aggressive, nonrecurrent primary long bone chondroblastoma requiring ambputation, demonstrating the need for early detection, proper diagnosis and follow-up in treating these rare tumors. Case Report | Volume 10 | Issue 7 | JOCR October 2020 | Page  63-67 | Jonathan Acosta, Jon E. Hammarstedt, Lisa B. Ercolano, Alan Slipak, Gage Trott, Mark J. Sangimino. DOI:...

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Osteochondroma of Proximal Ulna – A rare case presentation

Learning Point of the Article: Osteochondroma of proximal ulna is a rare presentation that demands clinical suspicion and extraperiosteal excision is performed once it turns symptomatic. Case Report | Volume 10 | Issue 6 | JOCR September 2020 | Page  1-4 | Divesh Jalan, Saumya Agarwal, Shivank Prakash. DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2020.v10.i06.1850 Authors: Divesh Jalan[1], Saumya Agarwal[1], Shivank Prakash[1] [1]Department of...

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