Hutchinson syndrome

Hutchinson syndrome is limping and irritability due to skeletal metastases from neuroblastoma.

It should not be confused with:

History and etymology

Described by Sir Robert Grieve Hutchison (1871-1960), a British radiologist.

See also

  • Abercrombie's tumor
  • Hutchinson tumor
  • Parker's syndrome
  • Pepper's disease
  • Smiths's syndrome
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Article information

rID: 8361
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Hutchinson's syndrome

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Cases and figures

  • Case 1: Hutchinson syndrome - neuroblastoma, metastatic - investigation of a limping 2-yo child
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