Osteochondroma

What is Osteochondroma?

Osteochondroma is a type of benign tumor that consists of cartilage and bone.

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Recent MRI showed a 3.7 CM area of thickening identified in the cortex of the right hip medially may represent an osteochondroma given the mixed...

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Exact cause of osteochondroma is not known.

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Osteochondroma is a benign tumour of...

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My son has a very painful bony out growth in the glenoid region of his right scapula . He has just turned eleven yesterday. The bony growth...

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Your son had painful bony outgrowth in the glenoid region of his right scapula.

After x-ray diagnosis can be...

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About 4 months ago, my 15 year old son was diagnosed with 'osteochondroma' if I'm spelling it right; it is on the outside of his right leg, above...

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Osteochondroma is a benign tumor. If there are no symptoms or problems and if they are small in size...

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