Dr.ShivalingappaJArakeri, Dr. Anju G. Das, Dr.SyedaAther Fathima, Dr. Mohasin Kadegaon, Dr.Geethanjali Hiremath
Tumoral Calcinosis is an extremely rare benign condition frequently misdiagnosed, of unknown origin. It presents as calcified tumors, usually around the hips and buttocks, shoulder, elbow in muscle and subcutaneous tissue. Growth of such lesions is mostly slow and progressive in nature. Sometimes, ulceration of the overlying skin occurs with superadded secondary infection.This condition may be familial and is seen most often in black Africans.Approximately 1% prevalence of periarticular masses seen in secondary Tumoral Calcinosis.A 30 years old male patient came to OPD at Taranath Govt. Ayurveda Medical College, Ballari on 04 April 2019 presented with complaints of palpable hard swelling on natal cleft with pain and itchingfor 2 months.Surgical excision was performed and recurrence was not observed in follow up period.
Dr.ShivalingappaJArakeri, Dr. Anju G. Das, Dr.SyedaAther Fathima, Dr. Mohasin Kadegaon, Dr.Geethanjali Hiremath (2020); Management of Tumoral Calcinosis-A Rare Case Report; International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications (IJSRP)
10(06) (ISSN: 2250-3153), DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.29322/IJSRP.10.06.2020.p10296