Osteogenic exostosis (osteochondroma), multiple exostoses, subungual exostosis, metachondromatosis

  • André Mazabraud

Abstract

If we exclude fibrous structures such as non-ossifying fibroma and cortico-metaphyseal detect, the exostosis is the commonest of benign tumours: 40% of the total according to Dahlin and 10% of all tumours of bone.

Keywords

Sarcoma Perforation Osteosarcoma Rounded Cote 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • André Mazabraud
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut CurieParis Centre de PathologieBièvresFrance

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