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dc.contributor.authorSayanthan, B.-
dc.contributor.authorGobyshanger, T.-
dc.contributor.authorThiruvarangan, S.-
dc.description.abstractGiant cell tumor is a locally aggressive benign tumor and characteristically found in skeletally mature patient at the end of long bones. Although giant cell tumor is very rare in skeletally immature patient, we present a very rare case of giant cell tumor in skeletally immature patient in left tibia region. In this case, we concluded patient’s age, the location and radiographic are essential but classical features are not always present. Therefore, the final diagnosis should be arrived based on the tumor’s histopathological appearance.en_US
dc.publisherArray Publishersen_US
dc.subjectGiantcell tumoren_US
dc.subjectSkeletal maturityen_US
dc.subjectDiaphyseal locationen_US
dc.titleGiant Cell Tumor: Unusual Presentation in the Immature Skeletonen_US
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