chondrofibroma

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chondrofibroma

 [kon″dro-fi-bro´mah]
a fibroma with cartilaginous elements.

chon·dro·myx·oid fi·bro·ma

an uncommon benign bone tumor, occurring most frequently in the tibia of adolescents and young adults, composed of lobulated myxoid tissue with scanty chondroid foci.

chondrofibroma

/chon·dro·fi·bro·ma/ (-fi-bro´mah) a fibroma with cartilaginous elements.

chondrofibroma

[kon′drōfībrō′mə] pl. chondrofibromas, chondrofibromata,
a fibrous tumor that contains cartilaginous components.

chondrofibroma

A term of little use in pathology for:
(1) Fibroma with chondral elements;
(2) Chondromyxoid fibroma.

chon·dro·myx·oid fi·bro·ma

, chondromyxoma (kon'drō-miks'oyd fī-brō'mă, kon'drō-mik-sō'mă)
An uncommon benign bone tumor, occurring most frequently in the tibia of adolescents and young adults, composed of lobulated myxoid tissue with scanty chondroid foci.
Synonym(s): chondrofibroma.

chondrofibroma

a fibroma with cartilaginous elements.