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Postoperative Spine Infection – Postoperative MRSA Infection in a Wrongly Diagnosed Case of Spine Trauma

Postoperative Spine Infection – Postoperative MRSA Infection in a Wrongly Diagnosed Case of Spine Trauma

Learning Point of the Article: Fracture secondary to trivial trauma should be evaluated for pathological fracture. Case Report | Volume 8 | Issue 5 | JOCR September – October 2018 | Page 54-56| Suresh Pillai. DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2250-0685.1210 Authors: Suresh Pillai[1] [1]Department of Spine, Aster MIMS Hospital, Govindapurasam, Calicut, Kerala, India. Address of Correspondence: Dr. Suresh Pillai, PREETHI, Opposite Kseb,...

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Carcinoma of Unknown Primary Mimicking Multiple Myeloma

Carcinoma of Unknown Primary Mimicking Multiple Myeloma

What to Learn from this Article? While dealing with patients with extensive skeletal lesions and pathological fractures, secondaries due to adenocarcinoma elsewhere should be kept in mind along with other probabilities such as multiple myeloma. With the increasing availability of imaging and invasive diagnostic techniques, an individualized treatment protocol needs to be adapted. Case Report | Volume 7 | Issue 2 | JOCR March...

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