Enchondroma with pathological fracture
Minimal trauma with pain on movement of little finger.
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Minimally displaced pathological fracture at the base of the little finger proximal phalanx. No articular involvement.
There is an underlying centrally located lucency with a narrow zone of transition, at the metaphysis and extending into the diaphysis. Thinning of the cortex and some internal chondroid calcification but no periosteal reaction or associated soft tissue abnormality.
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Minimal trauma led to a minimally displaced fracture at the site of an enchondroma. These are likely to heal normally and in this case did not require any operative intervention or imaging follow up.