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Tamayo-Pacho F, Mora-Ríos FG, Mejía-Rohenes LC, Montero-Quijano MG, López-Marmolejo A
Osteochondromas: introducing the subungual osteochondroma
Acta Ortop Mex 2017; 31 (4)

Language: Español
References: 16
Page: 162-164
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ABSTRACT

Introduction: Subungual osteochondromas are benign tumors of the sub- or periungual region, causing lifting, ulceration and deformity at that level. Objective: To research the incidence of subungual osteochondromas in a specific pediatric population. Material and methods: Retrospective, transversal, descriptive and observational study based on the review of records with a histopathological result of osteochondroma from 2001 to 2014. Results: The pathological assessment featured four osteochondromas that corresponded to the subungual presentation, with an equal gender distribution of 1:1, an average age of 9.5 years, right: left ratio of 3:1; the 4th finger was the most affected. Discussion: Subungual osteochondroma has an incidence of 8.5% of all osteochondromas.


Key words: Osteochondroma, subungual, incidence, pediatrics.


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