Case 3. 20 y/o male referred from outside hospital. . . T1. GRE. T2 FS. Cartilage Cap. . . Diagnosis?. . Osteochondroma. Osteochondroma. Most common benign bone lesion accounting for 20-50% of all bone tumorsIf multiple, associated with Multiple Hereditary ExostosesResults from the separation of a fragment of epiphyseal growth plate cartilage which subsequently herniates through the periosteal bone surrounding the growth plate.
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