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Osteochondroma

Case contributed by Dr Henry Knipe

Presentation

Hand lacerations? fracture.

Patient Data

Age: 30 years
Gender: Male
X-ray

Dressings overlie the hand. No acute bony injury identified. Bony protuberance from the ulnar aspect of 2nd proximal phalangeal shaft has features consistent with an osteochondroma.

X-ray

​No acute bony injury identified. Bony protuberance from the ulnar aspect of 2nd proximal phalangeal shaft has features consistent with an osteochondroma.

Case Discussion

Osteochondromas are not uncommon incidental findings on x-ray. 

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