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Chirurgia Del Piede 2000 September;24(3):215-20

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language: Italian

Intraosseous gangliom of the astragalus and homolateral calcaneous

Pisani P. C., Busch M., Taraglio S.


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Intraosseous ganglia are a benign cystic lesion of the bone, normally located in the subchondral epiphysis of long bones in middle-aged patient. A case of ganglion cysts of the astragalus and homolateral calcaneus is reported as well as the pathogenesis, histology, differential diagnosis, and a clinical picture.

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