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Case contributed by Dr Abhinav Ranwaka


Swelling over the dorsum of hand.

Patient Data

Age: 9 years
Gender: Female

Multiple well-defined lytic lesions in the shafts of the small bones of the left hand.


Multiple well-defined lytic lesions are noted in the shafts of the small bones of the left hand. All these lesions show high signal on T2-weighted images and low T1 signal. These show lobulated appearance with mild endosteal scalloping and cortical expansion. No associated perilesional edema is seen. No abnormal extra-osseous soft tissue is seen.

Case Discussion

These represent multiple benign chondroid lesions (enchondromas), consistent with Ollier disease

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Case information

rID: 49231
Published: 20th Nov 2016
Last edited: 6th Oct 2019
Inclusion in quiz mode: Included

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