Central osteophyte

Last revised by Henry Knipe on 6 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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  • Case 2: bilateral
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