IJOCP | Volume 2015| Issue – 2015| Article ID – 2015:44
Conference: Poona Orthopaedic Society Annual Conference POSAC-2015,      India [Click for Full details]  

Authors: Kavaljitsinh Parmar, Ajit Swamy , Mukesh Phalak, Prashant Gholap, Kartikeya Sharma

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Abstract                                                                                                                 

Osteoid osteoma is a benign tumor of the growing skeleton. It presents with pain, which is usually worse at night. The radiographic features consist of a central oval or round nidus surrounded first by a radiolucent area followed by another area of sclerotic bone. The metatarsals are one of the least common sites for osteoid osteoma.

We present a case of an osteoid osteoma of the right metatarsal bone in a 23-year-old male who came to us with history of severe pain in the foot since 1 and 1/2  years and was previously misdiagnosed, treated and operated  for chronic osteomyelitis 5 months back but had no relief in symptoms .  The clinical and radiographic findings along with the surgical management are presented. The pain disappeared immediately after the surgery. At the 6 month follow-up, the patient was pain-free and there is no evidence of recurrence.

Conclusion

Surgeons should be aware of the unusual presence and the atypical clinical presentation of this benign lesion in the metatarsal bones.

How to Cite this Abstract
 Parmar K, Swamy A ,Phalak M, Gholap P, Sharma K. Case report of a rare case of Right Second Metatarsal Osteiod Osteoma previously misdiagnosed as Chronic Osteomyelitis . International Journal of Conference Proceedings 2015;(2015):44