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Gulhane Med J. 2004; 46(1): 053-055

Giant Cell Tumor of Tendon Sheath Involving Whole Volar Part of Index Finger and Extending Into Palmar Area: A Case Report

Dr. Haluk DUMAN, Dr. Fatih ZOR, Dr. Mustafa ŞENGEZER.

Tenosynovial giant cell tumor of tendon sheath is a benign, slowly growing, solitary and the second most common tumor of the hand. It is usually localized and not diffuse. A 21-year old man whose primary tumor had extended the whole length of index finger and palm and had been present for 4 years is presented.

Key words: Giant Cell Tumor, Palmar

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