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Solitary Metacarpal Osteochondroma; an Unusual Location

Aziz Atik, Selahattin Ozyurek, Ozkan Kose, Kenan Koca, Ferhat Guler.

Abstract
Although, osteochondroma is the most common bone tumor, metacarpal involvement is quite uncommon and usually accompanies multiple hereditary exostoses. Herein, we described a patient with solitary ostechondroma of the fourth metacarpal bone, and discussed the differential diagnosis of bony spurs that can be seen in hand.

Key words: Solitary osteochondroma, metacarpal bone, Turret’s lesion, Nora’s lesion






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