Balkan Medical Journal

FIG. 1. a-d. (A) X-ray of the foot at the first observation: a calcified mass adjacent to the cortical surface of the first metatarsal is detected. (B) X-ray of the foot performed 2 weeks after biopsy: a calcified and ossified mass is still evident around the first metatarsal. (C) After 2 years: the calcified mass has disappeared and the first metatarsal bone assumes a more physiological morphology. (D) After 3 years: no local recurrences of Nora’s lesion are evident and the first metatarsal bone shows a completely normal structure.

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ISSN 2146-3123 EISSN 2146-3131