Radiological findings in the primary hyperparathyroid case with multiple brown tumors: a case report
Mehmet Hamdi Sahan1, Savas Guner2, Sukriye Ilkay Guner3 1 2 3
Primary hyperparathyroidism is a disease characterized with the excess secretion of parathormone. During the course of this disease, bone loss occurs, particularly depending on resorption in the skeletal system. One of the complications of primary hyperparathyroidism is fibrotic, cystic bone pathology which is called brown tumor. We have planned to present a 15-year-old Turkish female patient with primary hyperparathyroidism and multiple brown tumors depending on parathyroid adenoma and to discuss the radiological changes in the presentation article.
Keywords: Brown tumor, Primary hyperparathyroidism, Parathyroid adenoma
Mehmet Hamdi Sahan, Savas Guner, Sukriye Ilkay Guner. Radiological findings in the primary hyperparathyroid case with multiple brown tumors: a case report. Eastern J Med. 2008; 13(1): 30-34 Manuscript Language: English