Maffucci syndrome

(redirected from dyschondroplasia with hemangiomas)

Maf·fuc·ci syn·drome

(mă-fū'chē), [MIM*166000]
enchondromas of the limbs in association with venous and lymphaticovenous malformation; propensity to develop other benign or malignant tumors. The ipsilateral lower limb is usually involved, but the ipsilateral upper extremity or (rarely) a contralateral lower limb (usually isolated) may be included. Abdomen, flank, and back may rarely be included. Compare: Parkes Weber syndrome.

Maf·fuc·ci syn·drome

(mă-fū'chē sin'drōm)
Enchondromas of the limbs in association with venous and lymphaticovenous malformation; propensity to develop other benign or malignant tumors.
Synonym(s): Kast syndrome.

Maffucci,

Angelo, Italian physician, 1847-1903.
Maffucci syndrome - enchondromatosis with multiple cavernous hemangiomas. Synonym(s): dyschondroplasia with hemangiomas