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Title

PHOTOCLINIC DIAGNOSIS: INTRAMUSCULAR CALCI_CATION DUE TO INJECTION OF CALCIUM GLUCONATE

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NOURANI KHOJASTEH H.

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  560-560

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Abstract

 The radiography showed localized soft tissue calcification of which the possible diagnoses were: soft tissue tumor with calcified features, a metastatic calcification in the setting of abnormal calcium or phosphorus metabolism,¹ and an old infection such as a calcified granuloma. In this case there was history of injection of intramuscular calcium compound. The main diagnostic clues were in her history of intramuscular injection and radiographic finding of the hip. No specific major illness was found upon clinical evaluation. She had three intramuscular injections (30 mL total volume), of calcium gluconate (10% solution) weekly for three times in her left buttock….

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    APA: Copy

    NOURANI KHOJASTEH, H.. (2010). PHOTOCLINIC DIAGNOSIS: INTRAMUSCULAR CALCI_CATION DUE TO INJECTION OF CALCIUM GLUCONATE. ARCHIVES OF IRANIAN MEDICINE, 13(6), 560-560. SID. https://sid.ir/paper/280619/en

    Vancouver: Copy

    NOURANI KHOJASTEH H.. PHOTOCLINIC DIAGNOSIS: INTRAMUSCULAR CALCI_CATION DUE TO INJECTION OF CALCIUM GLUCONATE. ARCHIVES OF IRANIAN MEDICINE[Internet]. 2010;13(6):560-560. Available from: https://sid.ir/paper/280619/en

    IEEE: Copy

    H. NOURANI KHOJASTEH, “PHOTOCLINIC DIAGNOSIS: INTRAMUSCULAR CALCI_CATION DUE TO INJECTION OF CALCIUM GLUCONATE,” ARCHIVES OF IRANIAN MEDICINE, vol. 13, no. 6, pp. 560–560, 2010, [Online]. Available: https://sid.ir/paper/280619/en

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