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Adult Primary Tuberculosis of Lateral End of Clavicle – A Case of Missed Diagnosis

Learning Point of the Article: Primary tuberculosis of the clavicle is a rarity that mimics other diseases like a tumor; hence, clinicians should be aware of a wide range of presentations to diagnose such an entity. Case Report | Volume 11 | Issue 1 | JOCR January 2021 | Page 87-90 | Sathish Muthu, Girinivasan Chellamuthu. DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2021.v11.i01.1976 Authors: Sathish Muthu[1], Girinivasan Chellamuthu[1] [1]Orthopaedic...

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Multiple Brown tumors in a Case of Primary Hyperparathyroidism with Pathological Fracture in Femur

Learning Point of the Article: One should suspect hyperparathyroidism in cases of multiple osteolytic lesions and get serum PTH and USG neck done for diagnosing it. Case Report | Volume 10 | Issue 6 | JOCR September 2020 | Page  49-53 | Nareshkumar Satyanarayan Dhaniwala, Mukund Naresh Dhaniwala. DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2020.v10.i06.1872 Authors: Nareshkumar Satyanarayan Dhaniwala[1], Mukund Naresh Dhaniwala[2] [1]Department of...

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SubcapitalNeck of Femur Fracture in a Case of Osteonecrosis of Femoral Head – Rare Presentation

Learning Point of the Article: The presentation of osteonecrosis of femoral head with pathological sub-capital fractures is rare. Osteosynthesis of such fractures rarely has good results and Total Hip Arthroplasty can be a good treatment option. Case Report | Volume 9 | Issue 5 | JOCR September – October 2019 | Page 87-90 | Kunal A Shah, Mohan M Desai. DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2019.v09i05.1548 Authors: Kunal A Shah[1], Mohan M...

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Pathological Fracture of Distal Humerus due to a Simple Bone Cyst Managed with Fibula Grafting and Osteosynthesis

Learning Point of the Article: Not all pathological fractures due to simple bone cyst be managed conservatively, some fractures require surgery for better functional outcome. Case Report | Volume 9 | Issue 3 | JOCR May-June 2019 | Page 49-51 | Hariharan Mohan, Balgovind S Raja. DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2250-0685.1416 Authors: Hariharan Mohan[1], Balgovind S Raja[1] [1]Department of Orthopedics, Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital,...

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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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