Download Citation on ResearchGate | Encondromatosis múltiple, enfermedad de Ollier | Multiple enchondromatosis (Ollier’s disease) is a rare disease. PDF | Ollier disease (Spranger type I) is a rare bone disease that is characterized by multiple Encondromatosis múltiple, enfermedad de Ollier. Article. Enchondromatosis, also known as Ollier disease (see Terminology section), is a non-hereditary, sporadic, skeletal disorder characterised by multiple.

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Despite the recent advances in the molecular diagnosis of congenital abnormalities the final decision for genetic evaluation still relies on clinical and radiological criteria [ 5 ]. Enchondromas are common intraosseous tumours which are usually benign and develop in close proximity to growth plate cartilage.

Multiple Enchondromatosis: Olliers Disease- A Case Report

Osteochondrodysplasia Q77—Q78 Achondrogenesis type 2 Hypochondrogenesis. A year-old female patient presented to our hospital with difficulty in walking, leg pain and multiple swellings in hands and leg for 2 years. Zur Erblichkeit der Knochenchondromatose. Of these 19, 15 were found to have the same mutation in each of their tumor samples that were examined. J Enckndromatosis Diagn Res.

Most cases of Ollier enconrromatosis have been sporadic Halal and Azouz, There was no such history in her family. Subscribe to our Newsletter. Log in Sign up.


In their classification of the enchondromatoses, Spranger et al. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Ollier disease is encondromatpsis rare nonhereditary sporadic disorder where intraosseous benign cartilaginous tumors enchondroma develop close to growth plate cartilage.

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Show all Show less. X-ray showing calcified enchondromas localized in finger a year-old patient affected with Ollier disease. Achondrogenesis type 1B Autosomal recessive multiple epiphyseal dysplasia Atelosteogenesis, type II Diastrophic dysplasia. J Bone Joint Surg Am. The pathogenesis of olliers disease is unknown [ 2 ]. Achondroplasia Hypochondroplasia Thanatophoric dysplasia.

Case 1 Case 1. Conclusion Enchondromas are common intraosseous tumours which are usually benign and develop in close proximity to growth plate cartilage.

X-ray showing enchondromas localized in the lower part of the radius of a year-old patient affected with Ollier disease. Clinical problems caused by enchondromas include skeletal deformity and the potential for malignant change to osteosarcoma Schwartz et al.

Tamimi and Bolen had described the same association. Support Center Support Center.

Retrieved from ” https: X- ray pelvis with both hips AP view- multiple expansile lytic lesions in the metaphysis of right femur, both iliac bones and both pubic bones.


The father was short of stature and had only moderate platyspondyly. Multiple enchondromatosis, Ollier disease. From a review of the English literature sincethey concluded that the incidence of chondrosarcoma in this disorder is Expert curators review the literature and organize it to facilitate your work.

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Ollier disease

Samples from multiple tumors range, ; mean, 2. Most patients have bilateral involvement but often significant asymmetry 4. In distinction from solitary lesions, enchondromas of enchondromatosis are more likely to be hypercellular in nature, yet are still considered benign in the absence of other aggressive findings Halal and Azouz reported the case of a boy who had platyspondyly and metaphyseal manifestations of enchondromatosis with severe involvement of the hands and feet compatible with econdromatosis enchondromatosis, or Spranger type VI enchondromatosis.

There are a few instances of familial occurrence. However routine use of magnetic resonance imaging is not recommended because plain radiographs provide adequate information [ 2 ].