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Case Report

Tumor-Induced Osteomalacia Caused by Primary Fibroblast Growth Factor 23 Secreting Neoplasm in Axial Skeleton: A Case Report

Table 1

Characteristics of spinal cases of TIO.

Authors, yearAge (yrs), sexSpinal levelChemo- and/or radiotherapyHistological diagnosisRT-PCR used for FGF-23 tissue expression

(1) Stone et al., 1992 [4]33, FT 3-4YesNeuroendocrine tumorNo
(2) Yu et al., 1995 [5]58, FC-2NoPMTNo
(3) Terek and Nielsen, 2001 [6] 14, MSacrumYesOsteosarcomaNo
(4) Boriani and Campanacci, 1978 [7] 18, MSacrumYesOsteoblastomaNo
(5) Folpe et al., 2004 [8]32, FC-1YesMalignant PMTMCTNo
(6) Pirola et al., 2009 [9] 57, MT-4NoPMTNo
(7) Mavrogenis et al., 2010 [10]42, FSacrumNoPMTMCTYes
(8) Chua et al., 2008 [11]34, FT-3YesPlasmacytomaNo
(9) Sciubba et al., 2009 [12]56, FT-8NoPMTNo
(10) Akhter et al., 2011 [13] 52, MC-5NoPMTMCTYes
(11) Marshall et al., 2010 [14]55, FT-12NoPMTMCTNo
(12) Present case, 201266, FL-4NoPMTMCTYes

PMTMCT: phosphaturic mesenchymal tumor mixed connective tissue type.
PMT: phosphaturic mesenchymal tumor.
C: cervical, T: thoracic, L: lumbar.
F: female, M: male.

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