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HODGKIN'S DISEASE AN ORTHOPAEDIC PROBLEM.

BLOUNT, WALTER P.
The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery: October 1929
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1. Skeletal involvement in Hodkgin's disease is much more common than has been realized, and may be primary.

2. Bone changes vary from degeneration of the bone marrow to bone destruction and production.

3. Hodgkin's disease may simulate tuberculosis of the spine and bone tumors.

4. Deep x-ray therapy is of benefit in retarding the progress of the disease.

(C) 1929 All Rights Reserved.The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Inc.

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