Tumoral calcinosis in the cervical spine: a case report and review of the literature.

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calcinosis 46 Title: Journal of Medical Case ReportsTumoral calcinosis in the cervical spine: a case report and review of the literatureRui GuoTatsuya KurataTetsushi KondoTakao
calcinosis 352 10/2017Publication date (pmc-release): 10/2017Publication date (collection): /2017AbstractBackgroundTumoral calcinosis is rarely located in spine. A 55-year-old Japanese woman with cervical tumoral calcinosis is presented,
calcinosis 442 /2017AbstractBackgroundTumoral calcinosis is rarely located in spine. A 55-year-old Japanese woman with cervical tumoral calcinosis is presented, along with a review of the literature relating to tumoral calcinosis in the spine. We
calcinosis 525 cervical tumoral calcinosis is presented, along with a review of the literature relating to tumoral calcinosis in the spine. We discussed the etiology, diagnosis, and management of this condition.Case presentationWe
calcinosis 690 and management of this condition.Case presentationWe report a case of a patient with cervical tumoral calcinosis with end-stage renal disease. A computed tomography scan showed a lobulated, calcified mass around the
calcinosis 1183 and stabilization, the patient recovered from her neurological symptoms.ConclusionsAlthough tumoral calcinosis is rarely located in the spine, it should be considered in the differential diagnosis of spinal lesions.
calcinosis 1433 neurological symptoms, resection of the mass is still the most important treatment.BackgroundTumoral calcinosis (TC) was first presented by Inclan et al. in 1943 as a disease with large juxta-articular lobular calcified
calcinosis 6273 potentially relevant references, including 48 cases, were identified on the basis of the keywords “tumoral calcinosis ” and “spine”. The diagnosis of TC was based on characteristic radiographic features: a calcified,
calcinosis 7124 lumbar spine. The summary of 32 cases is shown in Table 1.Table 1Summary of reported cases of tumoral calcinosis in spineAuthors and yearSexAge (yrs)LocationCauseTreatmentRiemenschneider [[15]] 1952F59L5NPResection,
calcinosis 9738 spondyloarthropathy.One of common causes of secondary TC is renal failure. While the etiology of uremic tumoral calcinosis (UTC) is poorly understood, a necessary condition is an elevated serum calcium-phosphate product [[25],
hyperparathyroidism 10484 functional improvement.PTX usually achieves remarkable resolution in dialysis patients with severe hyperparathyroidism and elevated serum alkaline phosphatase (ALP) [[25]]. Chu et al. [[25]] reported three patients who
hyperparathyroidism 10667 al. [[25]] reported three patients who were administered PTX because of co-existing UTC and secondary hyperparathyroidism , but only one case was successfully cured by PTX. The other two patients, who did not have a marked
hyperphosphatemia 8970 2016F73C2-C3HD,PDHDOur caseM55C4-C6PDResection, hemilaminectomyM male, F female, NP not particular, HP hyperphosphatemia , PD peritoneal dialysis, HD hemodialysis, SSA serology negative spondyloarthropathy, PTX parathyroidectomy,
hyperphosphatemia 9366 hyperphosphatemic TC and secondary TC. In our research, 14 cases had no particular causes. One case was related to hyperphosphatemia ; 17 cases were secondary TC; four cases had a history of trauma or surgeries to the involved area; nine
secondary hyperparathyroidism 10657 Chu et al. [[25]] reported three patients who were administered PTX because of co-existing UTC and secondary hyperparathyroidism , but only one case was successfully cured by PTX. The other two patients, who did not have a marked

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