Atypical Neurofibroma and Osteosclerotic Metastasis
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35-year-old male presented with multiple swellings in left leg, headache, weakness of limbs for 4 months, and blurring of vision for the last 15 days. On examination, he was pale, cachexic with generalized lymphadenopathy and lower motor neuron type weakness of limbs sparing right upper limb. Blood investigations showed anemia with high alkaline phosphatase. Chest radiograph revealed osteosclerotic metastatic lesion in humerus. Biopsy of leg lesion revealed atypical neurofibroma. Computed tomogr View full resource at hindawi.com
Tags: Anemia, Edema, Headache, Vision, Imaging Tests, Men's Health, Biopsy
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