chondromyxoma

chondromyxoma

 [kon″dro-mik-so´mah]
myxoma with cartilaginous elements.
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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.
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chondromyxoid fibroma

A focally aggressive tumour which arises in the femoral and proximal tibial metaphyses of young (< age 30) adults.
 
Imaging
Eccentric, punched out lytic lesion with peripheral sclerosis; it may extend into soft tissue.
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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.
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