Osteochondroma - distal femur

Case contributed by Henry Knipe
Diagnosis certain

Presentation

Left leg swelling.

Patient Data

Age: 16 years
Gender: Male
x-ray

Arising from the medial aspect of the distal femoral metaphysis is an osseous protuberance projecting away from the knee joint. No aggressive features. 

Case Discussion

Typical radiographic features of an osteochondroma with no complication noted.

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