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Skin-Sparing Marginal Excision: Case Report of a Novel Approach to Dystrophic Calcification

Kim YH, Park JKh

Dystrophic calcification (DC) is a rare manifestation of calcium salt accumulation in non-skeletal tissues, often associated with local tissue damage. This case report presents a 45-year-old female patient who manifested...
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Congenital Subepidermal Calcified Nodule on Eponychium and Proximal Nail Fold of Finger

Choi WK, Sim HB, Shin HY, Park YJ, Hong JS, Lee AY, Lee SH

  • KMID: 2545747
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2023 Aug;61(7):457-458.
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Lumbar Calcifying Pseudoneoplasm as a Rare Cause of Cauda Equina Syndrome: A Case Report

De Bonis C, Chaurasia B

A calcifying pseudo-tumor of the spine, also called calcifying pseudoneoplasm of the neuraxis (CAPNON), is a rare non-neoplastic lesion that can occur anywhere in the central nervous system. Although CAPNON...
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Newly diagnosed metastatic pulmonary calcification in a kidney transplantation recipient: a case report

Youn S, Yang CW, Chung BH, Ko EJ

Metastatic pulmonary calcification (MPC) is defined as calcium deposition in lung tissues. It is commonly seen in end-stage renal disease patients. However, MPC occurring in kidney transplant recipients (KTRs) is...
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A Case of Calcific Myonecrosis of the Shin

Shin HY, Park YJ, Hong JS, Lee AY, Lee SH

  • KMID: 2534017
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2022 Sep;60(8):532-547.
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Clinical Utility of MicroPure US Imaging for Breast Microcalcifications

Lee H, Kim SH, Kang Bj, Lee JM

Purpose To evaluate the performance of MicroPure US imaging to detect and characterize microcalcifications. Materials and Methods A total of 171 lesions with suspicious microcalcifications seen on mammography and B-mode US...
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Pathologic Fracture of Femoral Neck in a Patient with Tumoral Calcinosis

Park SS, Yim SJ, Park SH

Tumoral calcinosis is a rare disease characterized by massive subcutaneous soft tissue deposits of calcium phosphate around large joints in patients with chronic kidney disease. Invasion of bone by tumoral...
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Utilization of Ultrasonography in Dermatology: Two Case Reports of Calcinosis Cutis

Park JW, Han HS, Jeong GJ, Hong JY, Park KY, Seo SJ

Development of newer generation of cost-effective ultrasonic devices in recent years has increased the use of ultrasonography in dermatology. Several lesions can be diagnosed and managed using ultrasonography. Calcinosis cutis...
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Excision of Calcinosis Cutis Caused by Moxibustion Burn Injury Using Intraoperative Ultrasonography Determining the Complete Resection Range

Ryu HR, Choi HJ, Kim JH, Lee DW, Ahn H

A 46-year-old female presented a mass on her right lower leg where she had a burn injury due to moxibustion 10 years ago. Physical examination revealed a 3 cm sized...
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A rare case report of neonatal calcinosis cutis induced by distant and delayed extravasation of intravenous calcium gluconate

Ahn KH, Park ES

A 3,480 g male neonate showed tachypnea symptom with a serum ionized calcium level of 0.66 mmol/L by routine clinical analysis. He was injected calcium gluconate intravenously through femoral vein...
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Automatic Pectoral Muscle Removal and Microcalcification Localization in Digital Mammograms

Gómez KAH, Echeverry-Correa JD, Gutiérrez

Objectives: Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in women, and microcalcification (MCC) clusters act as an early indicator. Thus, the detection of MCCs plays an important role in...
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A Rare Case of Calcinosis Cutis: Easily Mistaken as a Foreign Body

Kim HI, Kim HS, Yi HS, Kim HY, Kim YS

Calcinosis cutis is a very rare disease characterized by insoluble calcium salt deposits in the skin. There are five types of calcinosis, dystrophic type being the most common among them....
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Osseous Metaplasia in Hemangiomas of the Breast: Case Reports and Literature Review

Duhon DJ, Anton CR, Ro JY, Venta LA, Anton RC, Schwartz MR

Unusual or prominent calcifications found on screening mammography may prompt additional radiologic and clinical work-up given the possible association with pre-malignant lesions, other high-risk lesions, or malignancies. Osseous metaplasia (OM)...
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Tumoral Calcinosis on the Dorsal Aspect of the Wrist Presenting as a Deep-seated Nodule

Kang HJ, Kim KR, Lim BR, Park K

  • KMID: 2514434
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2021 Mar;59(3):225-228.
Tumoral calcinosis is an ectopic calcification syndrome characterized by an irregular soft tissue mass. It has been reported mainly in large joints such as the hip, shoulder, knee, and elbow,...
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11 Cases of Idiopathic Tumoral Calcinosis: A Single Center Experience

Kim Ya, Ha DL, Son JH, Shin Kh, Lee Js, Kim HS, Ko HC, Kim BS, Kim MB

  • KMID: 2508889
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2020 Nov;58(9):596-600.
Background: Tumoral calcinosis is characterized by the deposition of calcific masses around major joints, and it often causes significant impairment of joint function. Dermatologists sometimes encounter patients with a subcutaneous...
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Dermatomyositis Presenting as Life-threatening Hypercalcemia

Chiu HH, Remalante PP, Nacianceno R, Velasco Jr R, Larrazabal Jr R, Zamora G

Dermatomyositis is a rare disease characterized by classic skin lesions and muscle weakness. In rare cases, life-threatening hypercalcemia may develop caused by regression of dystrophic calcifications. Here we report a...
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CT features of thyroid nodules with isolated macrocalcifications detected by ultrasonography

Paik W, Na DG, Gwon HY, Kim J

Purpose: A thyroid nodule with an isolated macrocalcification is visualized as a calcified nodule with complete posterior shadowing on ultrasonography (US). This study aimed to determine the computed tomography (CT)...
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Improvement in Multiple Metastatic Calcinosis Cutis Lesions after Hemodialysis in a Patient with Chronic Renal Failure: A Case Report

Choi IH, Park CJ, Lee KH

  • KMID: 2451590
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2019 Jun;57(5):270-273.
Metastatic calcinosis cutis refers to the deposition of calcium salts in normal tissue secondary to an underlying defect in calcium and/or phosphate metabolism. It commonly affects periarticular areas in patients...
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Spontaneous Resolution of Iatrogenic Calcinosis Cutis after Parenteral Calcium Gluconate Therapy in Neonates

Song KS, Lee SW, Kim DH, Min KK, Yon CJ

Iatrogenic calcinosis cutis is due to the intravenous administration of calcium gluconate or calcium chloride to treat hypocalcemia. The arthors report three cases of calcinosis cutis with calcifications involving the...
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Symptomatic Calcific Deposition in Posterior Cruciate Ligament of the Knee

Chung WY, Park SJ, Sung SY

Calcium deposition disease, including calcific tendinitis, rarely affects the knee joint. Only a few cases can be found in the literatures and there is no case report of symptomatic calcific...
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