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Articles on Periostitis
Sex differentials in frailty in medieval England.
These results are examined in light of previous analyses of East Smithfield and what is known about diet and sexually mediated access to resources in medieval England....
Tumours of the hand: a review on histology of bone malignancies.
Malignant bone tumours of the hands are uncommon. Although almost all lesions that occur in other parts of the skeleton can also affect the hands, their frequency, distribution and clinical characteristics differ. This review focusses on the histology of these tumours and gives an overview of the ma...
Congenital syphilis, case report and epidemiologic features in Spain.
We present a case of early congenital syphilis showing the classical features of the disease, in which skin lesions gave the clue that led to the diagnosis....
Mandibular periostitis ossificans in immature large breed dogs: 5 cases (1999-2006).
This case series describes clinical, radiographic, and histopathological features of mandibular swellings in 5 immature, large breed dogs. The dogs originated from different regions of the United States. In each case, intraoral dental radiography of the jaw swelling revealed a two-layered (double) v...
Treatment of acute sinusitis.
Physiological periostitis in a 2.5-month-old baby.
We present a 2.5-month-old infant admitted with a history of fever, swollen right upper arm after vaccination and X-rays findings revealing periosteal reactions on both sides of the humeri, radii, tibiae and femora. Initial diagnosis was child abuse or congenital syphilis. Due to the normal physical...
Early congenital syphilis with isolated bone involvement: a case report.
We report a newborn infant with unusual clinical findings of congenital syphilis such as a non-fluctuant mass surrounding the left calf. She did not have any additional system involvement such as hepatic or skin involvement or lymph nodes. To our best knowledge, there are only a few case reports pre...
Medial tibial stress syndrome: a critical review.
Medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) is one of the most common leg injuries in athletes and soldiers. The incidence of MTSS is reported as being between 4% and 35% in military personnel and athletes. The name given to this condition refers to pain on the posteromedial tibial border during exercise,...
Long bone florid reactive periostitis ossificans: a case in the distal femur mimicking osteosarcoma.
We report a case of florid reactive periostitis ossificans located in the distal metaphysis of the left femur that histologically mimicked an osteosarcoma and discuss the differential diagnosis between these two entities to warn about a diagnostic pitfall....
Differential response of psoriatic onycho-pachydermo-periostitis to 2 anti-tumor necrosis factor-alpha agents.