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Log in Sign up. The term should be strictly used to refer to a disease caused by a hereditary metabolic dysfunction of phosphate regulation associated with massive periarticular calcinosis and should not be used to refer to soft-tissue calcification in general. MRI showing “sedimentation sign” with fluid calcium levels Case 4: Thank you for updating your details.
MR imaging with T2-weighted sequences shows inhomogeneous high-signal intensity, even though there is a significant amount of calcification. Surgical treatment, including excision of calcific masses or parathyroidectomy in case of severe secondary hyperparathyroidism, is indicated in patients resistant to medical treatment. Eur J Nucl Med 4: Here, we report the case of a patient on peritoneal dialysis who presented with infected multifocal masses on both hip joints and was successfully treated by medical intervention.
Burkes EJ, et al: Phosphorus deprivation treatment of tumoral calcinosis. Juxta-articular calcifications in secondary hyperparathyroidism: Lesions are typically observed around the weight-bearing joints particularly susceptible to excessive wear, such as the shoulders, elbows, and hips.
Abstract Tumoral calcinosis is a rare complication in uremic patients.
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Sem Hop Paris Calcifying collagenosis tumoral calcinosis. Complete resorption of massive soft tissue calcification in a hemodialysis patient after parathyroidectomy. Changes in total calcium, phosphorus, and calcihose according to treatment with low calcium dialysate and sevelamer.
Hunter IP, et al: Citations Publications citing this paper. Tumoral calcinosis in Somalia and Pseud Calcinose tumorale chez une femme blanche. Radiograph Orthop Rev 9 Laboratory findings were as follows: Tumoral calcinosis, diaphysitis and hyperphosphatemia.
In conclusion, medical management with low-calcium dialysate and a non-calcium phosphate binder over a prolonged interval can resolve massive uremic tumoral calcinosis in patients with PD.
Chemical, microscopic, and ultrastructural characterization of the mineral deposits in tumoral calcinosis. Diffuse soft tissue calcification in tumoral calcinosis.
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Calcif Tissue Int Lufkin EG, et al: Baldursson H et al: We report the case of a patient on chronic hemodialysis for 10 years with significant improvement of isolated pseudotumoral calcinosis of the right hand after parathyroidectomy The aim of this study was to show the impact of parathyroidectomy pseeudo pseudotumoral calcinosis. The patient was diagnosed with uremic tumoral calcinosis by physical examination and radiologic imaging, and treated with low-calcium dialysis and a non-calcium phosphate binder, sevelamer, without increasing the dose of dialysis.
PD fluid was switched to low-calcium dialysate 2. A Tumoral calcinosis is evident in the left hip joint and both shoulders at the time of admission. T1-weighted sequences usually show inhomogeneous lesions with low signal intensity. Wilber JF, Slatopolsky E: Review of the literature: Following gradual deterioration of allograft function, PD had been initiated 7 years after transplantation.
Over the following 12 months, serum calcium level remained between 9. Involvement of large joints is typical, although the knee is rarely involved.
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To quiz yourself on this article, log in to see multiple choice questions. Ann Soc Belg Med Trop J Clin Endocrinol Metab Most patients present with lumps adjacent to joints. References Publications referenced by this paper.
J Am Pediatr Med Assoc La calcinose tumorale, affection hereditaire d’incidence variable. Hernandez RJ, et al: Radiographic images of the patient’s pelvis. J Oral Pathol Med We presented a case of uremic tumoral calcinosis in a patient undergoing PD with moderate hyperparathyroidism.