A case study of bilateral congenital dislocated knees with a review of non-operative management of congenital dislocated knees.
Objectives: To raise the awareness of colleagues and other medical professionals to this uncommon condition and to improve the knowledge of medical personnel in the conservative management of congenital dislocation of the knee.
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Melanoma is the most serious form of skin cancer, and lifetime risk of melanoma is increasing rapidly both in men and women. Melanoma in the parotid gland is rarely seen and it is more likely to be metastatic disease. We present here a rare case of malignant melanoma from the forehead skin to the parotid glands bilaterally.