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Mahamudul Haque Morshed
Dhaka Medical College Hospital and Hospital, Bangladesh
ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Neurol Clin Neurosci
Osteoma is a slow growing benign mesenchymal osteoblastic tumor formed by mature bone tissue. The most common site reported is the fronto-ethmoidal region and neighboring sinuses. Involvement of the temporal and occipital squama is extremely rare. Like giant osteomas in other locations of the skull, they can reach large volumes but are essentially benign and potentially curable by excision. The author presents a case of giant osteoma in Temporo-Parieto-Occipital region in a teenage girl.
Md Mahamudul Haque Morshed,completed MBBS very good from Sher-e-Bangla Medical College,Bangladesh in 2002.After passed MBBS joined Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS Health),worked various hospitals,and give services to poor people’s of Bangladesh.He was very much interested in Neurosurgical field from very beginning,and completed MS (Neurosurgery)in 2018,from DHAKA MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL,under DHAKA UNIVERSITY,BANGLADESH.He attend conference and workshop of neurosurgery in various countries in the world.He is now working as a neurosurgeon in Dhaka Medical College hospital and honorary consultant Neurosurgeon in Delta Medical College Hospital,Bangladesh.
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