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Year : 2001  |  Volume : 44  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 479-81

Multifocal giant cell tumour of bone in a skeletally immature patient--a case report.


Department of Cytology & Histopathology, SVS Marwari Hospital and Cancer Detection Centre, Kolkata

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A Mondal
Department of Cytology & Histopathology, SVS Marwari Hospital and Cancer Detection Centre, Kolkata

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PMID: 12035373

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Giant cell tumor of bone is usually seen in adults affecting a single bone. Multiple giant cell tumour of bone occurring in skeletally immature patients is extremely rare. Multifocal giant cell tumor of bone in a ten year old boy involving upper end of humerus and tibia is being reported for its extreme paucity in literature.


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