From the case: Tumoral calcinosis

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- “ Tumoral calcinosis occurs when a large amount calcium salts deposit into the soft tissues. The calcium deposition is considered heterotopic, but i...”

Used in the following articles:

  • Tumoral calcinosis - “ Tumoral calcinosis is a rare familial condition characterised by painless, periarticular masses. The term should be strictly used to refer to a di...”
  • Soft tissue calcification - “ Soft tissue calcification is commonly seen and caused by a wide range of pathology. Differential diagnosis There is a wide range of causes of so...”

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