A Case Report of Tuberculosis of Isolated Radial Head – A Rare Location with Diagnostic Dilemma

Learning Point for the Article: TB of isolated radial head without involvement of distal humerus and proximal ulna is rarely reported. Its diagnosis is often misleading and hence mismanagement may occur. A combination of a high index of clinical suspicion based on good history taking, clinical and radiological (including MRI) examination and biopsy is essential to establish the diagnosis. Biopsy allows demonstrating the presence of...

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