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(progressive ossifying myositis)
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  • [Myositis ossificans located at the chest wall]. [Case Reports]
    Rev Med Liege 2019; 74(7-8):424-430Serilas M, Tomasella M
  • We report the clinical case of a classic bone pathology with a surprising and original chest wall topography, so far not described. Myositis ossificans is a benign pseudo-tumoral pathology. Medical imaging therefore constitutes an essential tool for an accurate diagnosis.
  • [Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva. Report of one case]. [Case Reports]
    Rev Med Chil 2019; 147(3):384-389Contreras-Olea O, Goecke-Hochberger C, … Avila-Smirnow D
  • Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) or myositis ossificans, is a genetic disease, with a prevalence of 1 in 2.000.000. It is caused by pathogenic variants in ACVR1 gene and characterized by soft tissue heterotopic ossification, starting in the second decade of life. It is associated to early mortality caused by respiratory complications. It evolves in flare-ups, triggered by soft tissue i…
  • Calcified or ossified benign soft tissue lesions that may simulate malignancy. [Review]
    Skeletal Radiol 2019Kwee RM, Kwee TC
  • The purpose of this article is to review calcified or ossified benign soft tissue lesions that may simulate malignancy. We review the clinical presentations, locations, imaging characteristics, and differential diagnostic considerations of myositis ossificans, tophaceous gout, benign vascular lesions, calcific tendinopathy with osseous involvement, periosteal chondroma, primary synovial chondroma…
  • Pseudomalignant Myositis Ossificans of the Neck in a Child: Case Report and Review of the Literature. [Journal Article]
    World Neurosurg 2019; 130:95-97Dubuisson A, Lombard A, Otto B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Myositis ossificans circumscripta is rare in children, especially in the neck region. The diagnostic challenge is to differentiate it from bone and soft tissue malignancies. Appropriate management, including surgery if needed, leads to an excellent outcome. Another concern is to exclude fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva when atraumatic myositis ossificans develops in a young child in the neck or shoulder region.
  • Expression Profiling of Receptor-Activator of Nuclear Factor-Kappa B Ligand in Soft Tissue Tumors. [Journal Article]
    Tohoku J Exp Med 2019; 248(2):87-97Yamagishi T, Kawashima H, … Endo N
  • Bone and soft tissue tumors are derived from mesenchymal cells, and they are hard to treat. Receptor-activator of nuclear factor-kappa B ligand (RANKL) is an essential cytokine for osteoclast differentiation and activation and is expressed on the surface of osteoblasts or stromal cells. In this study, to explore the potential of denosumab treatment for soft tissue tumors, we analyzed the expressi…
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