Central osteophyte

Last revised by Dr Henry Knipe on 06 Aug 2020

Central osteophytes, also known as subchondral or button osteophytes, are located within the joint and are thought to arise from endochondral ossification of a cartilaginous lesion 1-3

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Cases and figures

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