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Tumoral calcinosis in Papua New Guinea. In the patient described here, iPTH level increased to Soft tymorale calcifications in tumorals extremities in systemic disease.
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Chemical, microscopic, and ultrastructural characterization of the mineral deposits in tumoral calcinosis. Tumoral calcinosis in Papua New Guinea letter.
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Tumoral calcinosis of the foot. Mozaffarian G, et al: Skip to search form Skip to main content. Tumoral calcinosis – an unrecognized disease.