A Rare Case of Cryptococcal Infection of Talus with Pathological Fracture that Healed with Medical Management – Corrected Proof

Abstract: Skeletal involvement occurs in 5% to 10% of reported cases of disseminated cryptococcal infection. We are reporting a very rare presentation of cryptococcal infection of the talus with pathological fracture, which healed with medical management. Our patient had pain and swelling around the ankle associated with fever.

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A Rare Case of Cryptococcal Infection of Talus with Pathological Fracture that Healed with Medical Management – Corrected Proof

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