Solitary Osteochondroma: Rare Occurrence A Report of Two Cases

Vivek Jha, Santosh Munde, Anil Gulia, Sanjay Middha, Dharvin Lamba, Hemlata Kamra
2016 Annals of International medical and Dental Research  
Variations in the arterial pattern of the upper limb are very common as observed in many cadaveric and angiographic studies. Knowledge of variations in the origin and course of the radial artery is important because they are used for many diagnostic procedures as well as vascular and reconstructive surgeries like coronary angiography, percutaneous coronary intervention and coronary artery bypass surgery. During routine dissection in our institute, we observed a case of high origin of the radial
more » ... artery in a 33 year old male cadaver. It was found to be unilateral; on left side, radial artery ABSTRACT Solitary Osteochondroma is the most common benign bone tumor, and occurs most frequently in the proximal humerus, tibia, and distal femur. It rarely affects proximal femur and talus. Therefore, we report two cases of solitary osteochondroma, which were found at these rare sites (one at lesser trochanter and another at talus) with a brief review of literature and discussion of clinical features and management..
doi:10.21276/aimdr.2017.3.1.or1 fatcat:c2pfkzy5wbhabgliohlcw4t62e