Post-traumatic osteolysis of the distal clavicle, pubis and ischium in 7 patients

Hui-min Tao, Jie Chen, Ying-yao Ji, Di-sheng Yang
Chinese Journal of Traumatology 2004, 7 (4): 247-52
Post-traumatic osteolysis (PTOL) is a very rare disease occurring after acute trauma or repetitive micro-trauma, which is characterized by persistent pain in the injured site. In this study, we reported 7 patients, in whom osteolysis developed in the distal clavicle, pubis and ischium.

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