Tumoral calcinosis

What is tumoral calcinosis?

Tumoral calcinosis is a familial condition characterized by large periarticular calcified masses thought to be secondary to a disorder in phosphate metabolism. Patients usually present in adolescence or early adulthood. Calcified masses around large joints such as the hip, shoulder, and elbow are typical. The diagnosis is one of exclusion.


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