42 Y/O patient , a known case of alkaptonuria.
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The findings in a patient with known alkaptonuria are consistent with ochronosis. The term ochronosis usually refers to the bluish black discoloration of certain tissues, such as the ear cartilage and the ocular tissue, seen with alkaptonuria. Some authorities however refer to musculoskeletal manifestations of alkaptonuria as ochronosis.
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