digital de los pacientes sometidos a estudio para la aplicacion del tratamiento con interposicion de PAAG, eran de presentacion solitaria y unilateral corroborando la literatura existente.
Junto a esta patologia, se observa el desarrollo de exostosis
en el cuerpo vertebral.
In two separate operations, he underwent a canaloplasty with removal of the exostosis
(34) Interestingly, although there was radiographic evidence of arthrosis (progressive exostosis
with joint space narrowing), there was no correlation with clinical outcome.
Hereditary multiple exostosis
is a disorder in which an osseous projection capped by cartilage develops on the metaphyses of long bones ; the lesion is present in the femoral proximal metaphysis in 25% of patients .
DISCUSSION: Osteochondroma Synonym(s): solitary osteocartilaginous exostosis
[osteo- + G.
, segun define Canella (4) es una hipertrofia parcial circunscrita a la superficie de un hueso que puede aparecer como una lesion aislada o de forma multiple, constituyendo entonces la denominada Exostosis
It is associated with deformation of the first metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint, a lateral deviation of the big toe resulting in a medial deviation of the first metatarsal bone, forming an exostosis
, and may be accompanied by bursitis and joint inflammation [1,2].
Furthermore, the SP may mimic exostosis
and bony tumors (osteochondromas) (Mutnuru & Perubhotla, 2016; Tubbs et al.), thus, knowledge of this anatomic variant and its prevalence may be useful to the differential diagnosis of neurovascular bundle compression.
(24) Evidence of an exostosis
at the metacarpal neck may denote a chronic, rather than acute, UCL tear.
The main differential diagnosis is exostosis
. However, exostoses, which occur only in the external auditory canal, are non-tumoral multiple, bilateral, broad-based elevations of the tympanic bone in response to repeated exposure to cold water, whereas osteomas  are solitary, unilateral, pedunculated tumors of unknown origin that may invade the middle ear.
-j., "Computer-assisted local resection for exostosis
osteochondroma of the mandibular condyle", Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, 24, no.