OSTEOCHONDROMA OF MIDDLE PHALANX OF FINGER : A CASE REPORT
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Kali Vara Prasad Vadlamani, Ravi Babu B
2015 Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences  
Osteochondroma is a cartilaginous tumor and is usually benign. It is the commonest bone tumor. 1 it usually develops in the second decade of life and typically involves the ends of long bones, very common on either side of the knee joint, around 40% of them occur at the lower end of femur or upper end of tibia, upper end of humerus is the next common site. When they occur in the phalanges. 2 it is commonly seen in either Proximal or Distal phalanges or sometimes as Intraarticular lesion. 3 here
more » ... ular lesion. 3 here we report a very rare case of Primary Osteochondroma occurring in the middle phalanx.
doi:10.14260/jemds/2015/661 fatcat:njhwrmnscrfxrhp4v5zfwpvtka