Published in Blood Weekly, September 4th, 2008
"The disease is more often described from oriental literature but the osseous manifestations and involvement of extremity are rare and unidentified in literature. We present an unusual case of long bone periosteal reaction in a patient of Kimura's disease of extremity," wrote M.K. Varshney and colleagues.
The researchers concluded: "This potentially innocuous disorder must be kept in mind as a radiological differential of periosteal reaction."
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