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a benign outgrowth from a bone (usually covered with cartilage)

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During the gross examination, a single mass localized in the distal humeral region was reported, but other reports have shown multiple exostoses in the cranium, scapula, pelvis, humerus, radius, ulna, sternum and vertebrae bones (POOL & CARRIG, 1972; DOIGE, 1987; NOLFF et al, 2012).
Characteristic factors of ankle valgus with multiple cartilaginous exostoses.
Anatomical variation of co-existence of 4th and 5th short metacarpal bones, sesamoid ossicles and exostoses of ulna and radius in the same hand: a case report.
See: Ectodermal Dysplasias; Exostoses, Multiple Hereditary
Plain radiographs are often negative but may reveal sclerosis or cystic changes within the lesser trochanter or ischium, decreased femoral offset, or bony prominences from ischial avulsion injury or multiple hereditary exostoses.
Vaish, "Bilateral totalhip arthroplasty in a young man with hereditary multiple exostoses," BMJ Case Reports, 2015.
The skeletal survey findings were consistent with multiple hereditary exostoses.
The role of intrinsic musculature in the formation of inferior calcaneal exostoses.
It is best known for exostoses (growths) of the bones.
Ryan is one of only a few hundred people in the country who has been diagnosed with the condition called Hereditary Multiple Exostoses.
In the EAC, we find many lesions, including osteomas, exostoses, fibromas, angiomas, cholesteatomas, and epidermal and sebaceous cysts.
Exostoses around the right knee joint and right elbow were also seen.
Lameness in the pelvic limb, rigidity and exostoses were observed in animals with advanced age and subjected to fluoride concentration of 2.
Gardner syndrome should be excluded if patients present with multiple exostoses that are not in the classic torus locations.