Multiple Hereditary Exostoses

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The authors would like to thank Dr. Russell Huang for providing much of the clinical information.

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Sofka, C.M., Saboeiro, G.R. & Schneider, R. Multiple Hereditary Exostoses. HSS Jrnl 1, 49–51 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11420-005-0107-1

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Keywords

  • Posterior Element
  • Exostosis
  • Malignant Degeneration
  • Hereditary Multiple Exostosis
  • Lower Extremity Weakness