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Tuberculosis of the Left Calcaneum and Collapsed Right Femoral Head: A Case Report

Learning Point of the Article: Tuberculosis of calcaneum is very rare but, in areas where the incidence of skeletal tuberculosis is still seen, high clinical suspicion should be exercised to prevent the complication of delayed diagnosis. Case Report | Volume 11 | Issue 1 | JOCR January 2021 | Page  55-58 | Joël Bizimanasharale Bikoroti, Alex Mathias Buteera, Felix Manirakiza, Louise Munezero, Josué Nzarora, Sabine Nyiraneza. DOI:...

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Tuberculosis of Calcaneus – A Case Report and Review of Literature

Learning Point of the Article: Anti-Tubercular chemotherapy is main treatment of foot and ankle TB. Case Report | Volume 10 | Issue 5 | JOCR August 2020 | Page 24-26 | Amit Kumar Yadav, Prasanna Kumar G S, Akshay K S, Abhishek Harsoor, Akash Mane, Shaswat Mishra. DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2020.v10.i05.1822 Authors: Amit Kumar Yadav[1], Prasanna Kumar G S[1], Akshay K S[1], Abhishek Harsoor[1], Akash Mane[1], Shaswat...

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An Unusual Case of Swelling of Tuberculosis of Elbow and Forearm: A Case Report

Learning Point of the Article: Any softtissue swelling adjacent to a joint, a thorough evaluation to rule out osteoarticular tuberculosis is highly recommended. Case Report | Volume 10 | Issue 5 | JOCR August 2020 | Page 5-8| Siddharth Agrawal, Sijal Rivi, Ravi Chauhan, Brajesh Nandan, Manish Dhawan, Prasanna Deshpande. DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2020.v10.i05.1812 Authors: Siddharth Agrawal[1], Sijal Rivi[1], Ravi Chauhan[1], Brajesh...

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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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A Case Report of an Unusual Case of Tuberculous Osteomyelitis Causing Spontaneous Pathological Fracture of Humerus in a Middle Aged Female

What to Learn from this Article? Both tumor and tuberculosis should be considered as differential diagnosis for pathological fracture and one should run tests for both on biopsy tissue material. Case Report | Volume 7 | Issue 1 | JOCR January – February 2017 | Page | Umesh Birole, Ashish Ranade, Mahesh Mone. DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2250-0685.680 Authors: Umesh Birole[1], Ashish Ranade[1], Mahesh Mone[1] [1] Department of...

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