When reviewing the published literature on constitutional bone diseases, for inclusion in a data-processing system, the authors discovered six cases of enchondroplasia affecting the spine. Similar observations have been reported under the name of spondylo-enchondroplasia. Radiological signs and genetic information suggest that this group of affections is a heterogenous one. Vertebral lesions vary greatly in extent, reaching in some case the level of a spheno-occipital synchondrosis.

[Multiple chondroma affecting the spine: spondylo-enchondroplasia and other forms (author's trans)]

TATO', Luciano;
1980

Abstract

When reviewing the published literature on constitutional bone diseases, for inclusion in a data-processing system, the authors discovered six cases of enchondroplasia affecting the spine. Similar observations have been reported under the name of spondylo-enchondroplasia. Radiological signs and genetic information suggest that this group of affections is a heterogenous one. Vertebral lesions vary greatly in extent, reaching in some case the level of a spheno-occipital synchondrosis.
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