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Mammalian metapodials (metacarpals and metatarsals), unlike most long bones, form a single growth plate, and undergo longitudinal growth at only one end. The growth dynamics of non-mammalian tetrapod metapodials have not been systematically examined…

Symptomatic arthritic involvement of the sternoclavicular joint is relatively uncommon and can be a result of distant trauma, infection, and sternocostoclavicular hyperostosis, post-menopausal arthritis, condensing osteitis of the proximal clavicle,…

A case of a melanotic schwannoma presenting as a soft tissue mass of the abductors of the hip is reported. The radiographic findings suggested myositis ossificans, but several subtle findings raised the concern for something else. A bilobed…
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