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Enchondroma protuberans, also known as ecchondroma, is a rare form with an exophytic growth pattern that leads to deformity/remodeling of the cortex, unlike 'typical` enchondromas' which are located within the intramedullary cavity.
Due to their cartilaginous origin, typical imaging features are those of cartilage on all modalities.
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