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Table 2 Demographics, clinical and pathological features of cases

From: Hand osteoid osteoma: evaluation of diagnosis and treatment

Case no. Age Gender Settlement Delaya Side Treatment Biopsy Residual lesion Complication Follow-upa
1 26 K Phalanx (proximal) (2nd) 9 Left Burr-down OO + PIP joint contracture 26
2 22 E Metacarpal (2nd) 12 Left Burr-down OO Superficial infection 72
3 15 E Phalanx (middle) (2nd) 24 Right Burr-down OO 48
4 36 E Phalanx (proximal) (5th) 6 Right Burr-down OO 56
5 31 E Phalanx (proximal) (5th) 18 Right Burr-down OO 57
6 29 K Phalanx (4th middle) 13 Left Burr-down OO 38
7 33 E Phalanx (proximal) (4th) 9 Right Burr-down OO Superficial wound problem 44
8 37 E Phalanx (proximal) (2nd) 12 Left Burr-down OO 23
9 28 E Phalanx (proximal) (5th) 16 Right En-bloc OO Superficial wound problem 27
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