Giant cell tumour of bone accounts for 5% of all primary bone tumours. Multicentric giant cell tumour is an infrequent variety be it either synchronous or metachronous accounting for less than 1% of all giant cell tumours. Synchronous multicentric giant cell tumour of foot and ankle with epiphysiometaphyseal origin is unheard of. We delineate a case of soap-bubble appearance lytic lesions at left distal tibia and talus in an early adolescent woman with biopsy proven giant cell tumour for its rarity and its successful management by extended curettage and allogenic impaction bone grafting.
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Contributors Patient was under care of SKY. Surgical management was provided by PK and AG under supervision of SKY.Patient Follow-up was taken care by AG and RKR. Manuscript was written by AG. DA did histopathological examination. Proof reading by SKY, RKR and DA.
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