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International Journal of Advanced Research

Chondromais considered a nonmalignant tumor that composed of mature hyaline cartilage and commonly occur in hands and feet. Overall incidents show that females are predominant comparing to males with evenly distributed range of ages. Multiple chondromas have to be differentiated from osteochondroma and chondrosarcoma. This paper reports three different types of lesions in one patient.Osteochondroma or exostosis is the most common benign tumor of the skeleton. It is a developmental osseous anomaly, which arises from exophytic outgrowth on bone surfaces characteristically. Osteochondroma account for about 12% of bone tumors. Here, we have described a 22 years old female patient with left knee joint pain and swelling of the left distal femur with limited movements. The incisional biopsy of the left distal femur identified low-grade chondrosarcoma and chondroma after histopathology. This underwent one-stage surgical excision of the tumor with a posterior approach and tumor resection from the femur. After surgery, an unusual pain appears in the right hip joint during the post-operative period.Machine resonance imaging (MRI), and X-ray of pelvis help to diagnose thewell-differentiated chondrosarcoma and chondroma. This was a case of osteochondroma in the right proximal femur, chondroma like lesion in the left proximal femur and chondrosarcoma in the left distal femur.


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