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  • Challenges in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Aneurysmal Bone Cyst in Patients with Unusual Features. [Journal Article]
    Adv Orthop 2019; 2019:2905671Mohaidat ZM, Al-Gharaibeh SR, … Al-Omari AA
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study presented multiple unusual features of ABC including: unusual age, rare locations, and nondiagnostic radiological and histopathological findings. These features can complicate the diagnosis and management. Given these features, especially with pathological fractures, a well-planned incision, the use of frozen section examination, and the application of either external fixation or plate osteosynthesis for fracture fixation can be recommended.
  • Trans-styloid, trans-hamate dorsal lunate dislocation: A case report. [Journal Article]
    Int J Surg Case Rep 2019; 61:96-98Alyamani AM, Alfawzan MF, … Almeshal OM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Such cases must be treated urgently to avoid complications such as avascular necrosis of the lunate, median nerve injury, complex regional pain syndrome, and chronic carpal instability.This case is one of few cases reported in the literature highlighting the rarity of this injury pattern.
  • StatPearls: Hamate Fractures [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Abrego Mariano O. MO Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires De Cicco Franco L. FL Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires BOOK
  • Hamate fractures are rare and underreported. These injuries are usually misdiagnosed or confused with simple wrist sprains. Delayed diagnosis is not uncommon.[1] The hamate is a triangular shaped bone that forms part of the distal carpal row, articulating with the capitate (radially), triquetrum (proximally) and fifth and fourth metacarpals (distally). Considering its unique anatomy (Figure 1), h…
  • Pterygoid Hamulus Bursitis: A Rare Intra-Oral Pain Syndrome. [Journal Article]
    J Craniofac Surg 2019; 30(7):e643-e645Thukral H, Nagori SA, … Jose A
  • Pterygoid hamular bursitis is a rare craniofacial pain syndrome used to describe palatal and pharyngeal pain due to an enlarged pterygoid hamulus. The pterygoid hamulus is a hook-shaped bony process located bilaterally on each medial pterygoid plate of the sphenoid bone, posterior and medial to each maxillary tuberosity. These processes project downward and anterolaterally; serve as attachment fo…
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