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Myositis ossificans post-traumatic

Myositis ossificans post-traumatic: Introduction

Myositis ossificans post-traumatic: A calcified mass that can occur in soft tissue or muscle following a trauma to the area. The trauma may result from such things as mechanical injury or tendonitis. The symptoms are determined by the location and size of the lesion. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Myositis ossificans post-traumatic is available below.

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