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Year : 1981  |  Volume : 15  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 113-115

Giant Cell Tumour Of Metatarsal In A 10 Year Old Girl-A Case Report



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R. K Belsare


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The entity of giant cell tumour is known for the last many years. However, it was only in 1940 that Jaffe et al. excluded many related conditions from this large group which are now known as giant cell variants. At present, giant cell tumour is described as a solid tumour of mature skeleton which occurs at the end of a long bone. Deviations from this rule, though reported, are extremely uncommon. We are reporting here, one unusual case of giant cell tumour pertaining to age and location of tumour.


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