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MULTIPLE PATOLOGICAL FRACTURE IN YOUNG ADULT PATIENT WITH BROWN TUMOR
by dr Zico Paradigma - Sunday, 21 August 2016, 06:27 AM
 
MULTIPLE PATOLOGICAL FRACTURE IN
YOUNG ADULT PATIENT
WITH BROWN TUMOR
(Case Report)

M. Eko Andaru

ABSTRACT

Background

Brown tumor is a focal destructive bone lesions caused by hyperparathyroidism. Primary hyperparathyroidism is derived from the parathyroid adenoma. The role of an orthopaedist is a case finder. The orthopaedic operative treatment is intended to prevent the pathological fracture, corrected the deformities, and reduced pain. Multidiscipline approach needed to obtain for treating brown tumor completely

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Re: MULTIPLE PATOLOGICAL FRACTURE IN YOUNG ADULT PATIENT WITH BROWN TUMOR
by Dr is Ikhsan hataul - Sunday, 21 August 2016, 09:23 AM
 
Is this brown tumor can be classified as true tumor?
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Re: MULTIPLE PATOLOGICAL FRACTURE IN YOUNG ADULT PATIENT WITH BROWN TUMOR
by dr suryo - Sunday, 21 August 2016, 10:44 AM
 
The term "Brown Tumor" is misnomer because it is not a true neoplasm. Although Brown tumor is generally seen more frequently in the cases of serious secondary hyperparathyroidism, it is fairly characteristic for primary hyperparathyroidism.